The victory was the Nets' third this season over the Magic, and Brooklyn wraps up its three-game road trip in Miami on Saturday. Glen Davis had 16 points to lead the Magic, who lost their third straight game. "We didn't really didn't really have our normal Brooklyn Nets' focus, but we came out focused in the third ... "We did a much better job of coming out and really being focused and taking care of the ball," Nets coach Avery Johnson said. But it turned out that the Nets' hot shooting and defensive speed was more than enough to make up for what he normally provides in the middle. Joe Johnson helped the surging Brooklyn Nets handle the absence of Brook Lopez. Gerald Wallace added 20 points, including five 3-pointers, as all five Brooklyn starters reached double figures.