The three made free throws by the Magic sets a new franchise record for the fewest made free throws in a game. The old record had been four on three different occasions. Also, the three made free throws by the Magic ties with two other teams for the fewest made free throws in an overtime game by any NBA team since 1985.
The 37.5 percent the Magic shot from the free throw line was the fourth-worst percentage from the charity stripe in team history in a game.
The 62 total rebounds from the Magic are the most rebounds the Magic have gotten in a game in over 13 years, and tie for seventh for the most rebounds in a game in team history
Now let's get into some of the individual achievements.
With 30 points, 19 rebounds, and 5 assists, Tobias Harris becomes the only player age 21 or younger in the NBA since at least 1985 to achieve such a statistical line, and the only Magic player of any age other than Shaquille O'Neal to do so.
With 30 points, 20 rebounds, and 5 assists, Nik Vucevic becomes the only player in Magic history to score 30-plus points along with 20-plus rebounds and 5-plus assists in a game.
Vucevic and Harris became the only pair of teammates since at least 1985 to score 30-plus points along with 19-plus rebounds and 5-plus assists in the same game.
The Bucks' John Henson became only the fourth NBA player since 1985 to score 17-plus points along with 25-plus rebounds and 7-plus blocked shots in a game.
Harris' 30 points ties his career-high, while Vucevic's 30 points sets a new career-high, and Doron Lamb's 16 points sets a new career-high. Lamb scored twice as many points as he ever has in an NBA game.
And I'm almost positive that this game set a record for the most stats and milestones I could come up with from basketball-reference.com for a game.