When the 3-pointers are falling, the Orlando Magic are hard to beat. But when they aren't - and when Orlando doesn't take care of the basketball - coach Stan Van Gundy doesn't like his team's chances at all.
The Denver Nuggets struggled in both areas in their last game yet still found a way to win.
The Magic try to avoid a third straight loss Sunday against the visiting Nuggets, who are looking for a rare win in Orlando and their first back-to-back victories in nearly a month.
Orlando (32-20), third in the Eastern Conference, is unlikely to make up a six-game deficit to Miami in the Southeast Division race, but there is still plenty to play for in the final month with home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs on the line.
While the Magic have an advantage in the paint almost every night with Dwight Howard, the team relies heavily on its outside shooting. Led by Ryan Anderson, the league leader in 3-point attempts (353) and makes (147), Orlando leads the NBA in both...