In case you missed it: Nov. 13

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Wednesday, Nov. 13:

* While Arron Afflalo established a career high with 36 points as the
Orlando Magic defeated the undermanned Milwaukee Bucks 94-91, the
contributions of backup guard Ronnie Price went well beyond the two
points he scored. Read More

* Arron Afflalo’s career-high 36 points, including four free throws in the final 2:06, helped the Orlando Magic to snap a three-game losing streak with a 94-91 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. Read More

* Orlando’s Arron Afflalo was 8 of 11 from beyond the arc, adding six assists and eight rebounds. Maurice Harkless and Victor Oladipo had 10 points apiece for the Magic, who beat the Milwaukee Bucks 94-91 Wednesday night to snap a three-game skid. Read More

* Guard Ian Miller scored 18 points and Devon Bookert added 17 as Florida State outlasted UCF for an 80-68 win Wednesday night. Read More

* A heavily redacted Tallahassee Police Department report from December 2012 has been linked to Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. No charges have been made, and the investigation remains open, according to the Tallahassee Democrat. Read More

* When right-hander Jose Fernandez makes his first start of the 2014 season, his biggest fan will be in attendance at Marlins Park. Olga Fernandez Romero, who received a five-year visitation visa to exit Cuba, surprised her 21-year-old grandson on Sunday in Miami while he took part in interviews. Read More

* Marlins right-hander Jose Fernandez finished third in the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s National League Cy Young voting Wednesday night. Read More

* The game’s final stat sheet displayed numbers any receiver would like to claim — 11 receptions, 120 yards, 2 TDs. That’s the kind of performance expected from a highly paid, free-agent signee. The thing was, those stats for the Miami Dolphins on Monday night were produced by Rishard Matthews, not Mike Wallace. Read More

* Glen Davis has been fined an undisclosed amount by the Orlando Magic following an incident involving him early Saturday morning at a local motel, the video of which has gone viral. Read More

* Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has teamed with UNICEF on a public service announcement urging people to help with typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines. Read More

* The won-loss record has taken a tumble in 2013, but Jeremy Foley’s support of head football coach Will Muschamp has not. Foley said Wednesday he is fully committed to Muschamp to lead the program into the future. Read More

* Last month, Richie Incognito said severe repercussions would be warranted if the Miami Dolphins kept allowing sacks at such an alarming rate. “Everybody should be fired,” he said. Nobody in Miami is talking about sacks anymore. Firings remain a distinct possibility for very different reasons. The Dolphins harassment scandal is threatening the season and job security, leaving the future of coach Joe Philbin, his assistants and general manager Jeff Ireland in doubt. Read More

* Former Florida State players like Charlie Ward, Warrick Dunn and Derrick Brooks talk about their memories of the 1993 national title. The 1993 team will be honored before Saturday’s game against Syracuse. Read More

* Paul Posluszny, who forced a fumble and had eight tackles in the Jags’ win over the Titans on Sunday, was named AFC defensive player of the week. Read More

* FSU is one of four basketball teams that will wear turquoise uniforms for Native American Heritage Month. Read More

* The Atlantic Coast Conference will play its men’s basketball tournament in Washington in 2016. Commissioner John Swofford said Wednesday that the Verizon Center will host the tournament for the second time. It also hosted in 2005. Read More