CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Gerald Henderson and Kemba Walker scored 34 points each as the Charlotte Bobcats beat the Orlando Magic 114-108 on Wednesday night.
The Bobcats scored 10 straight points after trailing 106-104 going into the final four minutes, and wound up holding the Magic scoreless on seven straight possessions down the stretch. Bismack Biyombo's dunk with 2:31 remaining gave the Bobcats the lead for good at 108-106 with 2:31 remaining.
The Bobcats trailed by 19 after one quarter but caught up quickly and ultimately pulled away after seven ties and 11 lead changes.
The win moved the Bobcats to 17-54 and was Charlotte's fourth win in its last five home games. The win also snapped a two-game losing streak.
Orlando, which used just eight players because of injuries, lost its eighth straight and fell to 18-54.
Henderson and Walker were both one point shy of their career highs. Henderson was 12 of 18 from the field and Walker 12 of 23 on a night when the Bobcats shot 51.8 percent from the field. Biyombo was the only other Bobcat in double figures with 11 points.
Tobias Harris led Orlando with a career-high 29 points, and Kyle O'Quinn had 23 points and 11 rebounds. The Magic also got 18 points from Maurice Harkless and 13 each from Jameer Nelson and DeQuan Jones.
The Magic led 39-20 after one quarter, thanks to a 12-0 run and 69.6 percent shooting (16 of 23) from the field. Harris scored 12 in the quarter and O'Quinn 10, as the Magic hit 11 of their first 15 shots. It was the most points the Bobcats have given up in the first quarter all season.
Orlando's starters then got some rest at the start of the second quarter and the Bobcats opened the period with a 19-4 run over the next six minutes to get as close as four. The Magic eventually led 58-51 at halftime.
With Henderson scoring 15 third-quarter points, the Bobcats took their first lead of the night at 73-71 and went on to lead 83-82 after three quarters.
Notes: The Magic continue to be without Arron Afflalo (strained right hamstring), Glen Davis (fractured left foot), Andrew Nicholson (sprained left ankle) and Nikola Vucevic (concussion). Afflalo is out for the rest of the season. ... The Bobcats are still missing DeSagana Diop (right knee soreness), Brendan Haywood (stress reaction left foot) and Ramon Sessions (sprained left knee). ... This was the fourth and final meeting between the teams this season. The Magic had won two of the previous three. ... Both teams were coming off losses to Miami. The Bobcats fell at Miami 109-77 on Sunday and the Magic fell to the Heat in Orlando 108-94 on Monday. ... The Magic hadn't won since beating Philadelphia on March 10. ... Since losing to the Bobcats at home on Jan. 18, the Magic were 4-29 entering Wednesday's game. The Bobcats were 7-25 in that same span. ... Josh McRoberts played in 41 games with the Magic this season before being acquired in a trade for Hakim Warrick on Feb. 21. The Magic waived Warrick a day later. ... Jannero Pargo signed his second 10-day contract with the Bobcats on Sunday and would seem to be a lock to stick around the rest of the season. ... The Bobcats will hit the road next for a three-game trip, starting on Friday at New York. They'll also play at Philadelphia and at Milwaukee. ... The Magic will return home to face Washington on Friday, and then will head out on a five-game trip with games at Atlanta, Houston, San Antonio, Chicago and Cleveland.