Franz Wagner led the Orlando Magic (15-7) to a resounding 123-91 victory over the struggling Detroit Pistons (2-20), extending their losing streak to 19 games, the longest in franchise history.

Wagner’s stellar contribution of 27 points, combined with Paolo Banchero’s 24-point performance, showcased the Magic’s offensive prowess.

Cade Cunningham led the Pistons with 21 points, while Killian Hayes added 16 points and seven rebounds.

Orlando’s Cole Anthony contributed 16 points and six assists, playing a crucial role in the Magic’s victory.

The Magic’s 14-0 run late in the first quarter, fueled by Gary Harris and Joe Ingles, set the tone for the game. Jalen Suggs’ absence didn’t hinder Orlando’s performance, as Harris stepped up admirably.

Franz Wagner’s impactful 10-0 spurt in the second quarter further solidified Orlando’s lead, making it challenging for Detroit to mount a comeback.