There are no freebie victories in the NBA.

Apparently, there barely are even freebies in a NBA victory.

The Suns became the first NBA team in 36 years to win a game with one free throw made, setting franchise lows Sunday night for free throws made and attempted (three) in a 104-96 victory over Orlando at Amway Center.

“Pistol” Pete Maravich was part of the only other team in NBA history to pull off the feat when his New Orleans Jazz beat Houston with 1-of-5 free-throw shooting on Nov. 19, 1977.

The Suns spread the scoring wealth more than Maravich did, taking turns to feed hot hands until point guard Goran Dragic went into “Dragon” mode to close out the win.

After letting a 21-point fourth-quarter lead turn too interesting in Friday’s win at Charlotte, the Suns (7-6) gave the Magic (4-9) a stiff-arm down the stretch. Suns coach Jeff Hornacek called timeouts 38 seconds apart to thwart Orlando’s momentum and get Dragic back into the game with 6:03 to go.

“That was a learning experience the other night for us, and they weren’t going to let it happen again,” Hornacek said.

Dragic first got Channing Frye going for some of his nine fourth-quarter points that helped hold a lead. Then, Dragic hammered the win home with seven unanswered points when the lead had been cut to five.

“That’s what feels great — to close this game,” Dragic said.

Dragic hit 10 of 17 shots for 23 points, but it was just part of his excellence. After having six- and seven-turnover games in the past week, Dragic dished 13 assists against Orlando without a turnover. The last NBA player to have that many assists without a turnover is — get this — now-out-of-the-league Kendall Marshall, who did it with 14 assists as a Sun against Denver in last season’s finale. That was a far different game with Marshall scoring two points and Marshall getting 12 of his assists after Denver had a 26-point halftime lead.

This was one of Dragic’s top-10 assist performances but one in which he reversed the team turnover issues with a steady hand. His closing seven-point stretch included rocking Jameer Nelson back and forth with his dribble until he blew by him for a layup, making a 3-pointer over Nikola Vucevic’s switch and hitting a pull-up as he got bumped by Victor Oladipo with no call.

“When he makes plays like that, it’s hard to stop us,” guard Gerald Green said.

The Suns scored in transition and made 11 3-pointers. Green started in place of Eric Bledsoe, who was out with a shin bruise for the fourth consecutive game, and had a short memory after his 0-for-8 3-point shooting game Friday. Green scored 13 first-quarter points and made four 3s in the game while grabbing a team-high eight rebounds.

“I definitely had a horrible game in Charlotte, but we got the win, so that is the most important thing,” Green said. “I just tried to come out there and have the same mind-set — take shots that are open.”