ORLANDO, Fla. – Dwight Howard had 20 points and 20 rebounds in three quarters of work, Ryan Anderson added 23 points and 16 rebounds and the Orlando Magic handed the Cleveland Cavaliers their 20th straight loss and 30th in 31 games, 103-87 on Sunday night.
Howard had his 36th double-double of the season by halftime.
J.J. Redick added 17 points, and Brandon Bass and Jason Richardson had 12 apiece.
Cleveland coach Byron Scott started guard Manny Harris in place of Daniel Gibson, but it had little effect. Harris led the Cavs with 20 points, but was the only starter in double figures. Samardo Samuels had 16 points and Ryan Hollins 11 points for the Cavs off the bench.
Cleveland hasn't won since Dec. 18. That's one victory since its last meeting with LeBron James and Miami, who the Cavs face on the road Monday night. Orlando heads to Memphis.
Orlando got both good news and bad news at the point guard slot before the game Sunday.
On the upside, Jameer Nelson remained in the starting lineup after leaving the Magic's 99-90 loss to Chicago on Friday because of a strained right knee.
But the Magic also played Sunday without backup Gilbert Arenas, who was inactive with a left knee contusion.
Arenas said before the game that he sustained the injury by knocking knees with Chicago center Kurt Thomas during the Magic's 99-90 loss to the Bulls on Friday night.
It is the same knee that Arenas has had multiple surgeries on and caused him to miss parts of three seasons. Team officials said he is day-to-day, but it could add another wrinkle to what has been an up and down adjustment for Arenas in a Magic uniform.
The Magic put the game away in the opening 24 minutes and led 56-43 at the half, sparked by 16 points and 14 rebounds by Howard. He was 8 of 10 in the half and also had a block.
Orlando shot just 16 percent from 3-point line in the first half, but made up for it with several easy baskets in transition to lead by 19 points.
The fast breaks were made possible by a Cavs team that shot just 40 percent from the field and had nine first-half turnovers. Cleveland finished the night shooting 43 percent and just 31 percent beyond the arc. The Cavs also had 18 turnovers that led to 20 Magic points.
Harris looked good at times in his 11th start of the season, but his efforts did little to inspire the rest of his team early on offensively.
NOTES: Cleveland is an NBA-worst 8-39. ... Christian Eyenga had nine first-half points, connecting on 4 of 7 shots. But Cleveland's remaining starters were a combined 4 for 20. Eyenga didn't score in the second half and minus a small spurt early in the third quarter that cut the lead nine, never really threatened.