In fact, nobody outside of Dwight Howard was particularly notable for the Magic, who shot did not have a good shooting night from the field or behind the three-point line, especially through the first three quarters. But the Wizards turned the ball over XX times and could not get their own offense juice enough to compete.
The frustration manifested itself in the fourth quarter when John Wall picked up a technical after a questionable loose ball foul on Dwight Howard. Orlando's All-Star center seemed to be at least as guilty during the tussle.
That wasn't the only damage Howard did on the court. He finished with XX points and XX rebounds.
One positive programming note for the Wizards, Trevor Booker went off in his reserve roll. The 6-foot-8 forward finished with six (!) blocks and six rebounds, provided some much needed hustle. If the Wizards problems on the road are indeed effort-based, Booker should see some more burn next time the Wizards leave home