ORLANDO, Fla. -- It was a welcome homecoming for the Orlando Magic. After plodding through a 1-3 road trip that included a season-worst 10th consecutive loss, the Magic showed few signs of mental fatigue as they snapped a six-game home losing streak with a 97-86 win over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night. Nikola Vucevic had 16 points and 15 rebounds to pace Orlando, which has now won two of its last three, having also slipped past the Los Angeles Clippers last week. Vucevic also posted his eighth straight double-double. "Weve beaten some good teams this year," Magic guard J.J. Redick said. "And weve been in games against good teams. ... Its just our offence was pretty crisp, we shot it well (and) took care of the ball." The Magic led by as many as 22 points, and blew the game open with a big second-quarter run that included a barrage of 3-pointers. The Magic connected on 12 of their 21 attempts from beyond the arc for the game. What made the Magics victory Wednesday even more impressive, though, was that it came against a Pacers team that had been allowing opponents a league-low 88.9 points per game. Paul George had 20 points and 10 rebounds to lead Indiana, and George Hill added 15 points. Big man Roy Hibbert battled foul trouble throughout and finished with just 11 points and seven rebounds in 22 minutes. The Pacers have lost two of their last three. Indiana earned its first road victory of 2013 on Tuesday with a blowout win at Charlotte, but was sluggish for most of the night against the Magic. The Pacers fell to 8-5 this season in the second game of back-to-backs. Pacers coach Frank Vogel said his teams lacklustre effort, which included 15 turnovers and just 18 assists, couldnt be explained away by the quick turnaround. "Probably, but it doesnt factor into any excuse," Vogel said. "Youve still got to come out and try to get a W. They certainly had the edge tonight, and showed up." Indiana briefly threatened to begin the fourth quarter, cutting Orlandos lead to 13 points. The surge dissipated, though, thanks to a 10-4 run by the Magic to begin the period to push it back to 87-68. "I just thought they came out and got what they wanted," Indiana forward David West said. They moved the ball and had us on our heels for most of the night. Obviously we didnt defend the 3-point shot well enough." Orlando also got a boost from forward Glen Davis, who started his first game since returning from a sprained left shoulder. He had sat out 11 straight games before coming off the bench in the Magics blowout loss at Washington on Monday. The Magic were 1-10 without him. He got involved early Wednesday in his first home game since Dec. 19, scoring seven of Orlandos first 13 points before taking his first rest late in the first quarter. He finished with 11 points and four rebounds in 24 minutes. Davis start helped the Magic shoot 46 per cent (21 for 45) from the field in the first half on their way to building a 51-35 halftime advantage. Indiana sprinted out to a 15-8 lead before a 32-8 run by the Magic gave them their largest lead of the half at 40-23. Orlando spread the offensive wealth, getting a variety of shots inside and out. The Magic hit six 3-pointers and Davis and Vucevic combined for 19 first-half points. Magic coach Jacque Vaughn acknowledged it would take some time to integrate Davis back into the rotation like he was before his injury. He also said he isnt worried about cutting into the groove Vucevic has found on the inside in Davis absence. Vaughn said having them both healthy now will give him extra options against bigger teams. He said Vucevic having to play without Davis recently has given Vucevic a lot more confidence. "Thats just the trust that I have in him and the fact that he could guard Hibbert and when Hibbert leaves the floor, I could stick him on David West," Vaughn said. "Thats unbelievable conditioning by himself, drive that he has. ... Hes continuing to improve and Im extremely proud of him." With four of their next five games at home, Davis said he hopes his team takes advantage of their surroundings. "Weve got to protect home court definitely," he said. "And to be home gives you a level of comfort. At the same time, were not really trying to be comfortable. Were trying to win games. Were behind. We lost a lot of games. Weve gotta go and kind of catch back up." NOTES: Vucevic now leads Orlando with 20 double-doubles this season. ... Magic PG Jameer Nelson was presented with a game ball by team CEO Alex Martins and general manager Rob Hennigan to commemorate the new, all-time team assists mark he set last week at Portland. ... 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"It was one of those things where I thought maybe it was just some training or some strength problems or some flexibility problems. But when we went in there they saw a little something and cleaned it up. It was one of those things where after a lot of pounding it tightened up on me, got a little weak. So now Im just thankful that we caught it in time and cleaned it out." Marshall did not go through a full practice but did individual drills and some non-contact scrimmage work in the final week of Bears organized team activities. He will gradually work his way back and will likely not go all out next week when the Bears have a mandatory full-squad minicamp. "Hes got full medical clearance," general manager Phil Emery said. "Obviously he was catching the ball well, he looked good with his feet and his routes. And as we build toward veteran minicamp next week it will be exciting to see him get more reps as he goes." Marshall said his hips will have to be monitored after he leaves the game because of the amount of wear and tear hes taken. "Its one of those things where probably when Im done (playing) its going to be one of those things where Im going to have to stay on it," Marshall said of his long-term health. "But its a scope. Im excited thats all it is. I have to be smart, continue just to rehab throughout the season andd throughout the rest of my career.ddddddddddddBut Im just thankful that we caught it and its in a place where its a non-weight-bearing part of the bone. Thats good." The eight-year veteran admitted he may not have been healthy all last year when he caught 11 touchdown passes and was reunited with quarterback Jay Cutler, who threw to him his first three seasons with Denver. "Im excited to see what I can do fully healthy and also there are some little things that Ive been watching on film of myself," he said. "Every year you get smarter, you get better, and I think being healthy and a little bit smarter this year, its going to be a productive year for me helping the offence out." Marshall has been able to participate in the installation of the teams offence under new coach Marc Trestman and finds it to his liking even if the old attack resulted in prodigious numbers last year. "Im ecstatic," he said. "Ive never been around better coaches. (Former Bears coach) Lovie (Smith): amazing coach, amazing man. Coach (Mike) Shanahan: amazing coach, one of the gurus of the game. (Former QB coach) Josh McDaniels, one of the gurus on offence. But what we have here in (offensive co-ordinator Aaron) Kromer and coach Trestman, their leadership on offence is amazing. Ive never been around it." Marshall had 1,133 yards and 74 more catches than the next Bear, and this year its likely hell have to give up some of the catches and yards in what is expected to be a more balanced attack. "I may have the same amount of targets, I may not," he said. "Id be lying if I said I dont want to be productive, that I dont want to be up there with the best. But at the end of the day if we dont win none of us will be here. The only thing Im excited about is playing my part." ' ' '