Playing without starters Jameer Nelson, Arron Afflalo, J.J. Redick, and Glen Davis, and having only nine players available, the Magic competed for two and a half quarters against Philly on Monday, but lost their tenth straight game.
Though Toronto was playing on the second night of a back-to-back and had lost five of its last six games, the Magic couldn't match their intensity on Thursday. The loss is Orlando's 15th in its last 17 games.
Kemba Walker hands the Orlando Magic their 25th loss with 25 points, giving the Charlotte Bobcats its 10th win of the season.
Anthony's 40 points were too much for the Magic's defense, but the game went down to the wire. The Magic squandered an eight-point lead entering the fourth.
Washington rallied for a 17-point deficit behind 27 points from Jordan Crawford.
The New Orleans Hornets snapped their 11-game losing streak against the Orlando Magic, who are now 0-3 without Glen Davis.