ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- The Orlando Magic found their shooting touch -- beyond 23 feet.
Orlando shot better from 3-point range (43.8 percent) than it did overall (39.5 percent). The Magic won despite getting outscored 22-3 on fastbreak points and 46-34 in the paint.
"The main focus is to get the ball inside to Dwight," Lewis said. "Obviously he demands so much attention and they can't guard him 1-on-1. They try to clog the paint and they leave us wide open out on the wing, so we take what they give us."
Cleveland must have known it wasn't their night when Jameer Nelson, who was 2-for-12 from the field, sank Orlando's 14th 3-pointer on its 32nd attempt. It rimmed out, then bounced off the backboard and in with 2:30 left.
"They made shots that they didn't make in the first half," James said. "They are a team that shoots the ball very well. They hit a lot of 3-pointers, and when they do that it is tough to come back. We just never recovered from that."
Cleveland led 45-40 at halftime, and by as many as 10 in the third quarter before Orlando made a run. Evans, Turkoglu and Lewis each hit consecutive 3-pointers and Nelson capped it with a 3-point play to give the Magic a 73-72 lead at the end of the third quarter.
"We had to change our coverage and they still hit a couple on us," Cleveland coach Mike Brown said.
James nearly kept Cleveland in the game by himself in the fourth, scoring seven of its first nine points. Four of them were on seemingly effortless dunks.
But the Cavaliers went more than four minutes without a bucket, missing three straight free throws (one from James and two from Zydrunas Ilgauskas).
Turkoglu sealed the win with a 3-pointer to put the Magic ahead 89-81 with 5:35 left.
Orlando leads the season series 2-1. The teams play again April 5 in Cleveland. ... Tiger Woods watched from courtside, a day after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational at nearby Bay Hill. ... Orlando F Pat Garrity made an unusual first half appearance after both Lewis and Brian Cook got into early foul trouble. Garrity scored five points in 17:40.