Bobcats Vs. Magic Final Score: Orlando Snaps Losing Streak With 102-95 Win

The Orlando Magic were able end their three-game losing streak on Wednesday night, picking up the 102-95 win over the Charlotte Bobcats. Orlando held a 10 point lead at the half, but Charlotte paced the Magic in scoring in the third quarter and went on a little run in the fourth quarter, but it proved to just be too little too late.

J.J. Redick wound up leading the Magic in scoring with 31 points, including hitting on six three-point shots. Ryan Anderson also had a nice night picking up a double-double with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Jameer Nelson nearly finished up the night with a triple-double, picking up 10 points with 9 assists and 9 rebounds.

We'll have plenty more on this game throughout the day on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates as they become available. You can learn more about this and every game at Orlando Pinstriped Post. For some perspective from the other bench you can check out Rufus on Fire, SB Nation's Charlotte Bobcats blog. As always, head over to the SB Nation NBA basketball hub page for more on this and every NBA game.

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