Orlando Cruises Past New Jersey In 108-91 Win

The Orlando Magic built a 17 point lead in the first quarter against the New Jersey Nets and just coasted from there to win their second road game in a row, 108-91.

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Magic Vs. Nets Final Score: Orlando Cruises To 108-91 Victory

The Orlando Magic were able to pick up their second road victory in a row against the New Jersey Nets on Wednesday evening as they get into the thick of their five-game road trip. The Magic led the Nets 58-41 at halftime, thanks to a big first half by Glen Davis, and cruised in the second half to a 108-91 victory. Big Baby led the Magic in scoring at halftime with 14 points off the bench, but finished up the game with 16 points and three rebounds. Dwight Howard ended the night leading the Magic in scoring once again with 20 points and 17 rebounds to pick up another double-double. Ryan Anderson came close to a double-double picking up 14 points and 9 rebounds.

After giving up a huge lead in the first quarter of the game, the Nets just couldn't do enough on the offensive side of the ball to catch back up with the Magic. MarShon Brooks picked up his game in the second half and led the Nets in scoring with 24 points, but even that couldn't make up for the massive hole the Nets found themselves in. Deron Williams ended the night with 23 points with 8 assists and 6 rebounds while Brook Lopez finished up with 15 points.

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. For more on the Magic, please check out Orlando Pinstriped Post. And for a view from the other bench, you can always head over to NetsDaily, SB Nation's Nets blog. For more on this and every NBA game, you can always check out the SB Nation NBA basketball hub.

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Magic Vs. Nets Score Update: Big Baby Leads Orlando To 58-41 Lead At Halftime

The Orlando Magic traveled north to take on a team who could be in the hunt for the services of Dwight Howard on Wednesday night, and currently hold a 58-41 lead thanks to a big first half by Glen Davis. At the half, Big Baby has hit on seven of his eight shots to lead the Magic in scoring with 14 points after coming back from his two-game suspension. Howard is close to picking up another double-double with eight points and eight rebounds.

The Magic held a huge 34-17 lead after the first quarter and despite a nice second quarter by the Nets, the Magic paced them to still lead by 17 points at the half. Deron Williams leads the Nets in scoring with 11 points and 5 assists while Brook Lopez picked up nine points.

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. For more on the Magic, please check out Orlando Pinstriped Post. And for a view from the other bench, you can always head over to NetsDaily, SB Nation's Nets blog. For more on this and every NBA game, you can always check out the SB Nation NBA basketball hub.

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Magic Vs Nets: Dwight Howard Leads Magic Against Deron Williams, Nets

The Orlando Magic will face the New Jersey Nets on Wednesday, the team that many believe Dwight Howard will ultimately be traded to.

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