Playing a third game in four nights, the Orlando Magic's trip to Charlotte could be coming at just the right time.
The Magic will try to win for the third time in four games Saturday night when they take on the free-falling Charlotte Bobcats, losers of 10 straight.
After finishing a five-game road trip with three wins, Orlando (9-13) lost 86-80 to red-hot Atlanta on Wednesday before beating Golden State 99-85 on Friday to snap a four-game home losing streak.
The Magic rank near the bottom of the NBA in 3-pointers per game (5.5), but would like to carry over their hot shooting after connecting on 9 of 21 attempts in stopping the Warriors' five-game winning streak.
"I just think we got our legs back underneath us a little bit,'' coach Jacque Vaughn said. "I think it showed in our ability to make shots tonight (and) kept the floor moving. It's good to have a lot of things go well for us tonight.''
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