Moritz Wagner’s standout performance led the Orlando Magic (31-25) to a 116-109 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers (36-18) on Thursday night.

In a game where the Cavaliers were without leading scorer and All-Star Donovan Mitchell, the Magic capitalized on their absence.

Despite Cleveland’s status as one of the league’s hottest teams, Orlando showcased its mettle, outplaying the Cavaliers in multiple facets of the game.

Moritz Wagner emerged as a dominant force for Orlando, tallying 22 points. Orlando’s depth proved pivotal, with key contributions from players like Franz Wagner (14 points), Cole Anthony (13 points), and Paolo Banchero (12 points).

While the Cavaliers fought to narrow the gap in the final minutes, the Magic ultimately secured the win.

Cleveland was led by Darius Garland (18 points, 10 assists), Jarrett Allen (18 points, 10 rebounds), and Max Strus (18 points, six assists), Isaac Okoro added 17 points.