ORLANDO, Fla. - Hedo Turkoglu hit all five 3-point attempts and scored 21 points, and the Orlando Magic raced to a 38-point halftime lead in a 121-87 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night.
Dwight Howard added 16 points and 10 rebounds as the Magic enjoyed their best offensive night, start-to-finish, this season. J.J. Redick added 15 points and Jameer Nelson had 14 points and nine assists in Orlando's 11th straight home victory.
Acie Law scored 16 points and fellow reserve Solomon Jones added 12 for Atlanta. Joe Johnson had 11 points and was the only Hawks starter to reach double figures.
The game was decided early and decisively when the Magic ran off a season-high 41 points in the first quarter tied its season high for a half. The Magic held the Hawks to just 25 percent shooting over the first two quarters (10-of-40) and led 71-33 by halftime.
Orlando hit 11 of its first 12 shots, including three straight 3-pointers, and ran off 14 straight points in a stretch where all five starters scored. Rashard Lewis ended that run with a pair of free throws that made it 22-4.
Redick came off the bench and connected on three straight 3-pointers and two free throws to help push the Magic lead to 41-18 by the end of the first period.
Atlanta contributed to its own misery by missing the first six shots of the second period while the Magic ran off 13 straight points to make it 54-18. The lead grew to 69-30 on a 3-pointer by Courtney Lee with 2:15 left in the quarter.
Orlando shot 60 percent for the half (24-of-40), including 8-of-12 on 3-pointers. Each of the nine players seeing action scored at least three points and seven of the nine had at least one assist.
Turkoglu started the second half with a 3-pointer and the Magic tied their season high for points and led by as many as 50.
Notes: Atlanta gave up 73 first-half points against the Magic last March 10. The Magic are 10-0 in games in which they hold the opposition to under 40 percent shooting from the field. Lewis leads the NBA with 109 3-pointers. Hawks G Mike Bibby is second with 88. Hawks C Al Horford, who played at Florida, attended Thursday's BCS title game between the Gators and Oklahoma.