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James Scores 30 as the Nets Beat the Magic

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Damion James was the star for the Nets as they picked up their second straight Summer League win, a 94-91 victory over the Magic on Wednesday. James scored 30 points 9-for-18 from the field and 9-for-11 from the line, connecting on three of his five attempts from 3-point range. Terrence Williams added 22 points and six assists, as the Nets turned the ball over just six times all game. Derrick Favors struggled to make an impact, scoring just four points and committing seven fouls in 26 minutes. The Nets trailed by two at halftime, but took control with a 25-18 third quarter. The Magic came back late and had a chance to tie or take the lead in the final seconds, but Joe Crawford stepped on the sideline before they could get a shot off. In a mid-game interview with NBA TV, Avery Johnson called James the Nets' best player of Summer League thus far.