Pacers Vs. Magic: Orlando Looks To Get Back On Track Against Indiana

After losing two in a row in woeful fashion, the Magic look to get back on track against the Pacers, who they beat less than a week ago.

The Orlando Magic are looking to break a two game losing streak on Sunday night, as they host the Indiana Pacers. The Magic defeated the Pacers earlier in the week on the road, but since then have squandered a 20-plus-point lead to the Celtics and been crushed by the New Orleans Hornets. The Pacers will hopefully provide the remedy for Orlando's offensive woes of late. They scored only eight points in the fourth quarter of Thursday's game against Boston. On Friday in New Orleans, they failed to score twenty points in any quarter.

The Magic blew out the Pacers on their own floor on Tuesday, shooting better than 45 percent from the floor. In that game, Dwight Howard broke the all-time franchise scoring record. He will need some help from the supporting cast if the Magic are to get back on track.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Magic, visit Orlando Pinstriped Post, SB Nation's Magic blog. For the opponent's perspective, visit SB Nation Indiana and SB Nation's Pacers blog, Indy Cornrows. For all your NBA news, visit SB Nation's NBA news hub.

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