The Phoenix Suns are starting to have fun, but they haven't had any against the Orlando Magic in recent seasons.
The Suns will try to get back above .500 on Sunday night by beating the Magic on the road for the first time in six years.
A four-game losing streak dropped Phoenix below the break-even mark heading into a three-game trip, but the Suns (6-6) opened it with their second road win as they defeated the Bobcats 98-91 on Friday. They nearly squandered a 17-point lead in the final four minutes, and veteran forward Channing Frye felt their attitude helped them hold on.
"We're just having fun out there," said Frye, who had a season-high 20 points. "I think I was more relaxed. When you start losing everything you start to get real tight, so we can't be like that. We just have to get out there and have fun."
Doing that against the Magic (4-8) is typically unlikely. The Suns have lost seven of the past eight meetings, including five in a row while getting held to 90.8 points per ...