All-Star Nikola Vucevic made 19 points and won 12 rebounds, giving the Magic Orlando a 124-108 victory over Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.
Despite entering Atlanta about 2:40 a.m. After a 20-point win at Milwaukee East started the previous night, Orlando tried the most recent team and recorded his third straight win, which matched his best run of the season.
The Magic started to pull out in the first half, running for a 11-2 run by the road team to the contractor room with 63-48 lead – the bulk of the game to that point. D.J. Augustin finished the spurt, racing the court after a couple of Atlanta, free of charge must be 1.2 seconds left.
Atlanta hit a tragedy shot by an unexpected shot from just inside the semi-court line, but he suddenly dropped the ball after the anxiety. The officers gave the re-examination a quick look before the control of any basket. The Hawks hit that night, which lost the third game straight to the State Farm Arena.
"Our offense was not too much," said Kevin Huerter Atlanta. "But I think we have the biggest problem on the protection end."
The half-time carrier kept Orlando, scoring 12 of the first 14 points and lead the lead to 26 points in the third quarter. The Magic 98-74 focused at the end of the period, launching plenty of fans to the places.
The next seven weeks, Vucevic, who will be making his first All-Star Game appearance, led by seven Orlando players in double figures. Jonathan Isaac and Evan Fournier had 17 points.
Isaac had five blocks – three in the possession of Atlanta alone.
Atlanta 49-33 was eliminated.
Alex Len rescued 16 points to the Hawks, despite picking four furs in the first half. The initial conquest had a rough night. John Collins led the 15-point shooting 15-point, with eight of Northern Taurean and Dewayne Dedmon only managed five points.
The Hawks continue with seven games today Tuesday against LeBron James and Los Angeles Lakers.