Magic Dominate Second Half, Blow Out Suns

The Orlando Magic dominated the second half, rallying from a 14-point second half deficit to defeat the Phoenix Suns 115-94.

Orlando used a 32-7 run to turn the game around and take the lead for good during the third quarter. They outscored the Suns 69-38 in the second half.

J.J. Redick led the Magic with 24 points off of the bench. Redick shot nine-of-14 from the field and also dished out six assists. Arron Afflalo and Glen Davis each had 22 points while Nikola Vucevic scored 18 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. E'Twaun Moore, filling in for the injured Jameer Nelson, had 15 points and six assists.

Orlando shot 45-of-92 from the field and was a sizzling nine-of-11 from beyond the arc. On the flip side, Phoenix shot just 39-of-91 from the field and turned the ball over 16 times.

Luis Scola led the way with 24 points. Michael Beasley got off to a great start, but fizzled out in the second half, finishing with 22 points. Former Magic center Marcin Gortat had 14 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks.

The Magic will hit the road for the first time Tuesday night when they take on the Chicago Bulls.

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