Magic Johnson in 1990. Credit: Stephen Dunn/Allsport/ via Getty Images

Wonder what spectacular has happened in the NBA this particular day?

On February 9th, 1992, Magic Johnson, playing for the first time since announcing his retirement on Nov. 7, 1991 scored a game-high 25 points and dished off for a game-high nine assists to lead the West to a 153-113 win over the East in the 42nd annual NBA All-Star Game at the Orlando Arena. For his memorable effort, Johnson was honored with the second All-Star Game MVP award of his career.

Highlights on Magic Johnson’s ecstatic performance can be found in the video below.