Pacers Vs. Magic Final Score: Orlando Drops Third Straight Game, 106-85

The Orlando Magic dropped their third game in a row against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night 106-85. The Magic trailed at halftime keeping the game close, but the Pacers just put their foot on the pedal in the second half and the Magic just couldn't keep up. Orlando turned the ball over 19 times as they scored just 34 total points in the second half.

Magic star Dwight Howard once again had a double-double, picking up 24 points and 13 rebounds, but he turned the ball over five times. Jameer Nelson had the night off, so Chris Duhon played point guard in his place, picking up 14 points and five assists, but like Howard turned the ball over way too much. For the Pacers, Danny Granger led the way in scoring with 24 points, while George Hill add 16 points from the bench.

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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