The Pistons' four-game winning streak against the Orlando Magic came to a screeching halt on Monday night to the tune of a 30-point drubbing, 119-89. The Magic were without Dwight Howard, Hedo Turkoglu and Chris Duhon, too.
The Pistons shot 40-percent and got to the line 26 times, but Orlando had six extra shot attempts and made 54-percent of their three-point tries. All Magic starters were in double figures with 14 or more points; they were led by Jason Richardson's 22 points, 18 coming on threes.
The Pistons, who have now lost by a combined 53 points in their last two games in Florida, were led by Tayshaun Prince's 21 points. Charlie Villanueva finally saw some burn and added 10 points off the bench.
The Pistons now head to Charlotte to close out their four-game road trip before heading home for three in a row.
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