Glen Davis and E'Twan Moore both returned for the Orlando Magic Monday night, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Washington Wizards. The Magic were trying to win their second game in a row after an impressive road win against the Clippers on Saturday. Instead, Washington had their way with Orlando, racking up a season best 120 points in the 120-91 victory.
The Wizards shot over 56% from the field, while hitting seven of their eleven three pointers. A big factor that helped Washington was their fast break offense, outscoring the Magic 29 to 4 on the break. The Wizards had six players in double figures, including three off the bench. The starting backcourt of Bradley Beal and A.J. Price combined for 35 points, 3 rebounds, eight assists, and three steals. They shot a combined 12-19 from the field and 4-6 from downtown to bury the Magic. John Wall came off the bench and added 12 points and six more assists of his own.
Glen Davis played well in his return to the lineup for the Magic. He came off the bench to score 13 points, grab four rebounds, and block two shots. Redick managed only 12 points for Orlando off the bench. Jameer Nelson continued to prove why he was named an all-star last season. He had 19 points, 12 assists, and four steals. Vucevic was solid again hauling in 13 rebounds to go along with his 13 points. The main reason Orlando couldn't keep pace with Washington's shooting was Aaron Afflalo. After playing so well in his last five games, he was held to just two points on 1-11 shooting.
Orlando returns home after their short four game road trip on Wednesday. They will take on the Indiana Pacers at 7:00 ET inside Amway Arena. The game will be shown live on FSN Florida.