Magic aim to stretch win streak in meeting with Wizards

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The Orlando Magic hope to continue their strong play of late Wednesday night when they host the woeful Washington Wizards at Amway Center.

The Magic have won three in a row, including home victories over the Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves. The win over Minnesota came Monday night and the offense was solid.

For the second game in a row, the Magic crossed the 100-point mark in their 102-93 win. Glen Davis led the way with 28 points on 13-for-17 shooting.

"It felt really good, and that was me just letting out a lot of frustration," said Davis, who scored 20 of his 28 points in the second half. "I was wishing the game could keep going. I was frustrated in that first half. Luckily, I put together a half that helped us win."

J.J. Redick chipped in 18 points off the bench and Nikola Vucevic registered a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Jameer Nelson handed out 12 assists.

Orlando has struggled offensively this season, despite the last two games. They rank 25th in scoring, but the defense has been solid. The Magic are eighth in the NBA in opponents' scoring and haven't allowed 100 points since their great victory Dec. 2 in Los Angeles over the Lakers.

The Wizards continue to struggle, the losers of four straight after a 100-95 setback at home Tuesday night, in overtime, to the Atlanta Hawks.

"I can't fault our effort," Wizards head coach Randy Wittman said. "It just boiled down to making a play down the stretch."

Jordan Crawford recorded the second triple-double of his career with 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. Nene had 18 points and rookie guard Bradley Beal continued his good run of late with 17 points, although it came on 8-for-22 shooting. Beal has gone for double-figures in eight of his last nine.

The Wizards rank last in the NBA in scoring at 90.05 ppg. They've scored over 100 points only four times this season and the last came in their surprising win over the Miami Heat on Dec. 4.

But there could be good news on the horizon. John Wall, the cornerstone of the franchise, was given the go-ahead to "ramp up" physical activity, although he can't quite yet. He has to wait until swelling goes down after an injection on Friday.

"It takes a couple of days," said Wall. "I'm still waiting to see how it's going to feel."

The Magic have won nine of the last 10 against the Wizards and Washington is winless in its last five in Orlando.