Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
Credit Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Kristaps Porzingis had a season-high 35 points, Tomas Satoransky added season-high 13 assists and the Washington Wizards (33-43) beat the visiting Orlando Magic (20-57) 127-110 (28-35, 30-21, 28-23, 41-31).

Player of the Game
Kristaps  Porzingis
Kristaps Porzingis
Points 35
Accuracy 11-18
Rebounds 8
Assists 3

Porzingis finished the game with 35 points (8/12 2PT, 3/6 3PT, 10/13 FT), 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 blocks, and 2 turnovers.

Satoransky didn’t score a single point (0/1 2PT, 0/1 3PT), but added a season-high 10 rebounds, season-high 13 assists, and 2 turnovers. It was the third 0 points double-double in the NBA history.

For the Magic, Franz Wagner accumulated 28 points (8/17 2PT, 3/3 3PT, 3/3 FT), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, 1 turnover.

Washington outscored Orlando 28-23 in the third quarter to extend a 58-56 lead before pulling away with a 41-point fourth period. Reserve center Daniel Gafford turned in a strong effort in the fourth quarter with 10 of his 17 points, helping the Wizards (33-43) sweep the four-game season series.

Caldwell-Pope shot 10-for-17 from the field, making five of Washington's 13 3-pointers, while Porzingis made 10 of 13 free throws to go with eight rebounds and two blocks. Gafford also collected seven rebounds and three blocks, Rui Hachimura scored 17 points and Corey Kispert had 11 points.

Markelle Fultz posted a season-high 19 points, seven assists, three steals and two blocks off the bench as Orlando (20-57) watched its losing streak reach four games. Franz Wagner (11-for-20 shooting) scored 13 of his team-high 28 points in the first quarter when the Magic built a 35-23 lead.

Cole Anthony contributed 12 points for Orlando. Mo Bamba and Ignas Brazdeikis added 10 points apiece for the Magic, who went 19-for-22 at the free-throw line.

The Wizards finished the second quarter on a 23-9 run for a two-point halftime lead. Washington shot 54.5 percent (12-for-22) from the field during the period, taking an advantage into the locker room on Hachimura's dunk with 2.7 seconds left off a Magic turnover.

Washington's Kyle Kuzma, who totaled 63 points and 42 rebounds during the opening three games against Orlando this season, remained out due to right knee tendinitis. The Wizards have been without star guard Bradley Beal (left wrist surgery) for the last two months.

Orlando played without Wendell Carter Jr., who has missed three of the past four games due to wrist and ankle issues. Rookie guard Jalen Suggs was also sidelined for the eighth consecutive game with a bone bruise in his right ankle.

Wizards: Kristaps Porzingis 35 (8/12 2PT, 3/6 3PT, 8 REB), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 25 (5/8 2PT, 5/9 3PT), Rui Hachimura 17 (6/11 2PT, 7 REB), Daniel Gafford 17 (6/7 2PT, 7 REB), Corey Kispert 11 (2/7 3PT).

Magic: Franz Wagner 28 (8/17 2PT, 3/3 3PT), Markelle Fultz 19 (7/13 2PT), Cole Anthony 12 (4/9 2PT, 5 REB, 4 AST), Mo Bamba 10 (2/6 3PT, 5 REB), Ignas Brazdeikis 10 (2/4 3PT).

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Washington Wizards
Orlando Magic
Field goals

Best players

Kristaps  Porzingis
35 PTS
11/18 FG
10/13 FT
Franz  Wagner
28 PTS
11/20 FG
3/3 FT
Tomas  Satoransky
10 REB
Orlando Magic
Few players
Tomas  Satoransky
13 As
2 TO
27 MIN
Markelle  Fultz
7 As
1 TO
21 MIN
Kristaps  Porzingis
33 EFF
67% 2P%
50% 3P%
Markelle  Fultz
24 EFF
54% 2P%
0% 3P%