The NBA's newest 'super team' have wasted no time in giving the league a glimpse of what they are capable of, with James Harden marking a successful debut with the Brooklyn Nets.
Orlando, behind 34 points from Nikola Vucevic, did well to keep in touch with Brooklyn the whole way, but the Nets' new-look offence was simply too much for the Magic to handle.
The victory marked Brooklyn's third win in a row as they improved to fifth in the Eastern Conference.
The San Antonio Spurs had no sympathy for Harden's former team, steamrolling the Houston Rockets 103-91.
The Spurs were able to recover from a slow start, outscoring the Rockets by 21 points over the final three quarters.
DeMar DeRozan led San Antonio with 24, while Christian Wood posted 24 points and 18 rebounds for the Rockets.
The Memphis Grizzlies repelled a late flurry from the Philadelphia 76ers to increase their winning streak to four.
The Sixers outscored the Grizzlies by 10 points in the fourth, but a missed three from Tyrese Maxey at the buzzer sealed Memphis' 106-104 victory.
Norman Powell picked up 24 points off the bench for Toronto, while Charlotte's Gordon Hayward led all scorers with 25.