The Orlando Magic put together a total team effort on the offensive end on Monday night for their second win in as many nights, defeating the Philadelphia 76ers 113-100. The Magic shot 53 percent from the floor and better than 60 percent from behind the arc, putting six players in double figures. It was an impressive showing without Dwight Howard and Glen Davis anchoring the paint.
Ryan Anderson had a monster game for the Magic, scoring 26 points and grabbing 16 rebounds. But unlike usual this season, Anderson did a lot of his work inside the arc, hitting 11 of 16 attempts from the floor and grabbing eight offensive rebounds. J.J. Redick scored 18 points and Jameer Nelson matched Anderson with a double-double of his own, dishing 13 assists and scoring 16 points. It was truly a team win, and one that has to have Stan Van Gundy pleased.
The Magic now travel to Boston on Wednesday to face a Celtics team that has completely thrown them off their offensive game all year. It will be interesting to see if they can carry-over any of the production and momentum from the win over the Sixers.
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