In partnership with Harris Corporation, the Magic and their season-ticketholders donated to military personnel and their families more than 800 tickets to Sunday's game against Phoenix.
The Orlando Magic treated their fans to a 115-94 victory against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, a game which featured a 40-point quarter and the host Magic making each of their first seven three-point attempts.
Orlando had some special guests at Amway Center for Sunday's win. With the help of Magic season-ticketholders and Harris Corporation, the Magic donated more than 800 tickets to active and retired military personnel and their families as part of Seats For Soldiers Night. Sunday's game marked the ninth such event in the team's 24-year history.
"It is truly the Orlando Magic’s honor to recognize the brave men and women who dedicate their lives in service of our great country," said Alex Martins, the Magic's CEO. "Together with Harris Corporation, we recognize the sacrifices made by not only the men and women in uniform but the families as well. They are all heroes."