On Wednesday morning, Orlando Magic rookie Maurice Harkless was asked what he and his teammates needed to learn with 78 games down and just four to go.

He answered without hesitating. The Magic, he said, needed to learn how to close out games.

A few hours later, they took a positive step, thanks to three former Milwaukee Bucks.

Tobias Harris, Doron Lamb and Beno Udrih tormented their old team by leading the Magic to a 113-103 overtime win over the Bucks in J.J. Redick’s first game in Orlando since the teams’ Feb. 21 blockbuster trade.

“It’s about time that we closed out a game,” Harris said. “We’ve been so close. When we got down, I was just thinking, ‘Man, this is déjà vu again.’ But we just fought hard as a team.”

It took a climactic basket by Harris to send the game into overtime.

Harris tied the score 95-95 when he sank a 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left in regulation as Milwaukee’s Marquis Daniels fouled him. But Harris’ ensuing free throw — the potential game-winning free throw — was off-target.

No matter.

Lamb, a rookie who rarely played during his Bucks tenure, scored five of his career-high 16 points in the extra period.

“I didn’t really focus on [getting revenge],” Lamb said. “I was just trying to get a win for my teammates.”

Harris tied a career high by scoring 30 points and added a career-high 19 rebounds against his former team, while Nik Vucevic added a career-high 30 points and 20 rebounds.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, no pair of teammates had scored at least 30 points and collected at least 19 rebounds since March 15, 1967, when the duo of Willis Reed and Walt Bellamy did it for the New York Knicks in a loss to the Baltimore Bullets.

Redick finished with 16 points on 6-of-16 shooting.

For him, the night’s highlight may have been a 55-second video tribute to him during the first timeout of the first quarter.

Redick peeked several times at the scoreboard, and as the tribute ended, the fans in Amway Center's lower bowl gave him a standing ovation.

Redick waved to the crowd as tears welled in his eyes. His wife, Chelsea, wiped tears from her face.

“Just a classy, classy gesture on the part of the Magic,” Redick said. “It’s something I’ll remember the rest of my life, for sure. I’m just very appreciative of that gesture. It’s awesome.”