STREAM IT LIVE ON THE FOX SPORTS APPThe Orlando Magic are on their third four-game losing streak of the season.
They recovered from an early season four-game skid to win at San Antonio to start a 7-2 run over nine games.
The Magic (17-24) hope their home court helps again as they host the Boston Celtics on Saturday after a 1-5 road trip ended with losses to Minnesota, the Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento and Utah.
After playing Boston, Orlando wraps up a back-to-back home set with surging Houston stopping by on Sunday.
Point guard Kyrie Irving wasn’t satisfied with scoring a team-best 22 points on 10-of-19 shooting, so he went right to Miami’s practice court after the game for a workout.
Orlando failed to hit triple digits in each of the past three games and ranked 27th in the league in scoring after Thursday night’s games, averaging 103.0 points.
While Orlando is seven games under .500, having 17 victories at the halfway point of its season is still a five-win improvement over this time last season.
Orlando coughed up a 21-point first-half lead in a 106-93 loss to the Jazz on Wednesday night.
Orlando won 93-90 in Boston on Oct. 22, although the Celtics have won seven of the past nine games in the series.
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