Wizards Vs. Magic Final Score: Orlando Rallies Back In Fourth Quarter To Win, 109-103

The Washington Wizards hung with the Orland Magic for much of the game and held a small lead heading into the fourth quarter, hoping to pick up a win over the struggling Magic but they couldn't hold on in the fourth quarter. The Magic scored 40 points in the final quarter to take and hold the lead for the victory. Wizards point guard John Wall struggled scoring points, hitting on just one field goal but ended the night with 10 assists and 7 rebounds. Former Magic forward Rashard Lewis picked up 20 points while Nick Young added another 24 points.

The Magic had three players score over 20 points on Wednesday night, including J.J. Redick picking up 21 points including hitting on 3 of his 4 three point shots. Star center Dwight Howard also scored 21 points and picked up 18 rebounds while Ryan Anderson led the Magic in scoring with 23 points. With the victory, the Magic snapped their four-game losing streak.

For all news and information regarding the Orlando Magic, please visit Orlando Pinstriped Post. For updates and perspective on the Washington Wizards, head on over to Bullets Forever.

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