Dwight Howard reached a new high with the Orlando Magic .
Howard had 14 points to become the Magic’s all-time leading scorer in Orlando’s 102-83 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.
“It’s a humbling experience,” said Howard, who began the game needing just eight points to break Nick Anderson’s mark. “It does mean a lot. Not too many players in this league can say that they were their franchise’s leading scorer.”