It did not take long for Jacque Vaughn to shake the cobwebs out of an Orlando team that looked to be enjoying being home a little too much at the beginning of its game against Indiana on Wednesday at Amway Center.
The Magic still looked like they had tired legs in falling behind 9-2 early in the game and seeing their offense stagnate with too much isolation play and falling into the trap of letting the Pacers dictate things defensively. Jacque Vaughn called a timeout and the Magic began to play.
Orlando got the ball moving and began an onslaught to end the first quarter that led to a double digit lead the team would never relinquish. A 14-2 run to close the first quarter gave the Magic a lead entering the second quarter. From there the ball movement continued and the 3-pointers were falling.
It felt like everything was working even with the Pacers keeping the Magic to a relatively slow pace. Orlando was devastatingly efficient in hittin...