INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Ryan Anderson pumped in 24 points Tuesday and the Orlando Magic rebounded from a franchise-record loss a night earlier with a 102-83 win over Indiana.
Anderson, like the rest of the Magic, misfired against Boston Monday as Orlando scored a franchise-low 56 points. He went 0-for-8 from the field in that defeat but improved considerably against the Pacers, connecting on five 3-pointers.
Dwight Howard became the Magic's all-time leading scorer after scoring 14 points to go with nine rebounds. He surpassed Nick Anderson's 10,657 points for Orlando's all-time scoring mark.
The Pacers went down to their first home defeat of the season. The best they could do was 16 points apiece from Danny Granger and Roy Hibbert.