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• With the win tonight, the Magic evens the season series vs. the Sixers 1-1 with one game remaining.  Orlando has won seven of the past nine vs. Philly.  The Sixers have lost a season-high six straight after winning four of their previous five.  The Magic picks up its second win over the past 19 games.

• Philly scored 84 points tonight.  The Sixers are 6-20 when scoring below 90 this season.  Philly has not scored above 93 points in any of the past 11 games, the longest streak in franchise history during the shot clock era.

• The Magic outshot the Sixers 53.9% to 39.5% after being outshot by Philly 45.6% to 33.8% on 2/4.  Over the past six games (Philly 0-6 mark), Sixer opponents are shooting 49.2% form the floor after shooting 36.1% the five games prior (Philly 4-1 mark).  The Sixers are 0-13 when opponents shoot 50.0% or better this season and have lost 27 consecutive games when that occurs dating back to 2010-11.

• Orlando outrebounded Philly 45-37.  The Sixers have been outrebounded by 5.9 rpg after outrebounding the opposition by 7.7 rpg the four games prior.

• The Magic outscored the Sixers 40-26 in points in the paint.  Over the past six games, opponents are outscoring the Sixers by an average of 7.4 PIP after Philly outscored the opposition by an average of 9.4 PIP the 11 games prior.

• Former Sixer Nik Vucevic had 12 points and a game-high 19 rebounds.  It is his 32nd double-double of the season.

• Jrue Holiday had a game-high tying 10 assists with just one turnover but was held to 9 points after averaging 25.5 ppg the two games prior.  It is just the third time he’s failed to reach double-digits in scoring this season.

• Evan Turner had 10 free throw attempts tonight, marking just the second time this season that a Sixer has recorded 10+ FTA (T. Young w/11 vs. Dallas on 11/27).  Turner has 27 FTA over the past five games after having just 8 the six games prior.  He had 10 points tonight and was the only Sixers starter to reach double-digits.

• Damien Wilkins had a team-high tying 14 points off the bench.  He has scored in double-figures in two of the past four games after not scoring above 7 points prior this season.

• E’Twaun Moore had 12 points and a game-high tying 10 assists, marking his first career double-double.

• Thaddeus Young has played the past two games after missing the previous six due to injury.  He has 20 rebounds and 7 steals over the past two games.