The Magic fell for the sixth time in seven games after struggling in the fourth quarter on Sunday.
The Toronto Raptors defeated the Orlando Magic, 97-86, at the Air Canada Centre on Sunday afternoon. The Magic held the lead going into the final period, but the Raptors pulled away with a 30-17 advantage in the fourth.
Demar DeRozan led all scorers with 20 points on 8-for-16 shooting for the Raptors. The shooting guard also added nine rebounds while turning the ball over just once in the victory. DeRozan was set up all day by point guard Jose Calderon, who dropped 18 assists.
Glen Davis led the Magic with 16 points and 12 rebounds in the losing effort. He was matched by 16 points off the bench from guard E'Twaun Moore.
The Raptors outshot Orlando from the inside and the outside. Toronto hit 50 percent of its twos, while burying 7 of 18 from three. The Magic could only manage 42 percent inside the arc and made just four of their 13 three-point attempts.
Orlando doesn't have much time to think about the loss. They travel to Atlanta to face the Hawks on Monday night at 7:30 p.m. ET.