The return of point guard Jameer Nelson gave the Orlando Magic a much-needed offensive boost.
The Toronto Raptors need to do something to fix their defensive woes.
Orlando looks to build off its first victory in nearly two weeks on Sunday when the host Raptors try to get back on track before hitting the road again.
Out since injuring his groin and hamstring in the season opener, Nelson returned Friday to score 13 points and hand out 10 assists in a 110-106 victory at Detroit.
The Magic (3-5) averaged 79.8 points on 40.8 percent shooting while losing their previous five contests.
"This is so big for us,'' Nelson told the Magic's official website after the team opened its three-game trip. "It's tough to win any NBA game, but on the road it's even tougher. They made some runs and we got tougher and stopped them. So this is really big for us.''
Orlando received some bad news this week when it learned that Hedo Turkoglu could be out past December after suffering a broken left hand ...