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Magic at Warriors four-factors analysis

A total team effort keyed the Magic's win in Golden State on Monday.

Nikola Vučević, David Lee, and Arron Afflalo
Nikola Vučević, David Lee, and Arron Afflalo
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Orlando Magic improved to 7-10 on Monday with their 102-94 win against the Golden State Warriors. Arron Afflalo, Glen Davis, and J.J. Redick combined for 70 points in the win, helping Orlando withstand 22 points from Warriors forward David Lee and 25 from point guard Stephen Curry.

The Magic prevailed by valuing the ball, with just eight turnovers in a 92-possession game. By percentage, Monday's was Orlando's best effort in terms of turnovers.

Team Pace Efficiency eFG% FT Rate OReb% TO Rate
Magic 92.3 110.5 47.8% 15.2 24.4 8.7
Warriors 92.3 101.8 50.0% 16.0 22.0 15.2
Green denotes a stat better than the team's 2012/13 average;
red denotes a stat worse than the team's 2012/13 average.

Orlando's star might have been center Nikola Vučević, who tied or set career highs in offensive rebounds (six), total rebounds (15), assists (three), and steals (two). The second-year center also contributed 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting.

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