NBA Finals Lakers vs Magic Game 4 foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET NBA Finals Game 4 Gallery 65 Practice makes perfect Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers warms up before Game 4 of the 2009 NBA Finals at Amway Arena in Orlando. While the Magic and Lakers wrestle for a title... Hulk Hogan shows his support during Game 4. It's an inside joke Hedo Turkoglu and Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic talk during warmups. See the ball, get the ball Andrew Bynum of the Los Angeles Lakers fights for rebound position with Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic. Give him an inch Kobe Bryant shoots over Mickael Pietrus. Squeezing through Hedo Turkoglu of the Orlando Magic attempts a shot against Lamar Odom and Trevor Ariza. She's sending out an S.O.S. Singer Rihanna attends Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Orlando. That's no baby hook Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic puts up a shot over Pau Gasol. On the attack Trevor Ariza goes up for a shot against Dwight Howard. Ariza helped the Lakers rally from a 12-point halftime deficit to win 99-91 in overtime. An old-fashioned throwdown Dwight Howard dunks for two of his 16 points. He also finished with 21 rebounds and a Finals-record 9 blocks. Splitting the difference Kobe Bryant passes the ball between Mickael Pietrus and Hedo Turkoglu. Way to go! Lakers coach Phil Jackson reacts during Game 4. High-percentage shot Marcin Gortat of the Orlando Magic dunks. No puppet show A fan displays her sign in support of the Orlando Magic. Reach for it Los Angeles Lakers' Jordan Farmar grabs a rebound against Orlando's Rashard Lewis. Taking it away Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard fight for possession. Up for grabs Orlando's Rashard Lewis vies for a rebound with Lamar Odom, left, and Pau Gasol. Mr. Clutch Derek Fisher shoots a game-tying 3-pointer over Jameer Nelson, sending the game to overtime. Thrill of victory Derek Fisher celebrates after defeating the Orlando Magic 99-91 in overtime, in which he hit another clutch 3-pointer. He did it again "He has been there and done that," Kobe Bryant said of Derek Fisher, whose two clutch 3-pointers gave the Lakers a 99-91 overtime victory.