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Harris, Magic down Bucks

Nov 15, 2014 - 1:30 PM Orlando, FL ( - Tobias Harris had 26 points and 10 rebounds as the Orlando Magic defeated the Milwaukee Bucks, 101-85, on Friday night.

Nik Vucevic posted 18 points and nine rebounds and Evan Fournier netted 15 points for the Magic, who have won four of their last six games on the heels of an 0-4 start.

Victor Oladipo made his season debut after missing the first nine games, and tallied 13 points. Oladipo has had a pair of injuries, first spraining his MCL during a Magic team scrimmage last month and then suffering a facial fracture during practice a few days prior to the start of the season.

"I was just going out there and being patient," said Oladipo. "Going out there and having fun. I wanted to win first and foremost. As far as how I felt, I don't care, I just want to win."

Brandon Knight provided 24 points, six boards and five assists, while Giannis Antetokounmpo added 19 points and seven rebounds for Milwaukee, which had a brief two-game winning streak snapped. Milwaukee has lost 17 straight at Orlando.

"It doesn't matter what I did on the court, what matters is if we win," said Antetokounmpo. "We have to keep at it because we're going in the right direction."

Orlando began to pull away during the middle stages of the third.

Oladipo finished off a 13-2 run with a layup to give the Magic a 71-59 advantage with 3:08 left in the third and they took an 80-68 cushion going into the fourth.

Milwaukee never got within less than seven in the final frame.

Knight netted nine quick points as the Bucks raced out to a 19-6 start midway through the first quarter.

Orlando responded minutes later with a 7-0 spurt and was within 30-25 after a quarter of play.

Aaron Gordon capped a 9-2 Magic flurry early in the second with a dunk to tie the game at 34-34 and Orlando led 52-49 at the break.

Game Notes

Orlando scored 22 points off 18 Milwaukee turnovers ... The Magic held a 45-38 rebounding advantage ... The Bucks were just 2-of-19 from beyond the arc, while Orlando was 10-of-24.