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Philadelphia looks for its third straight win.
The Philadelphia 76ers look for their third straight win on Wednesday night at home against the Orlando Magic. (CSN Philly, 7 p.m.)
The Sixers have bounced back from two consecutive losses with back-to-back road wins, the most recent coming in Charlotte on Monday. Thaddeus Young (20 points) and Lou Williams (23) combined for 43 points off the bench as Philadelphia's reserves outscored Charlotte's 55-23. Nikola Vucevic added eight points and 10 rebounds off the bench, and Jru Holiday led the starters with 19 points in the 98-89 victory.
Orlando has won six out of eight in February since losing four straight to end the month of January. The Magic put six players in double figures during their most recent conquest, a 102-89 affair against Minnesota.
Philadelphia and Orlando met previously on Jan. 30. The Sixers held Orlando to 33.3 percent shooting and scored just enough to escape with a 74-69 win.