Donyell Marshall had 25 points and 11 rebounds and Jamal Crawford scored 29 as the Chicago Bulls beat the Magic 106-100, handing the Magic its fourth straight loss.
"This is getting old," Orlando coach Doc Rivers said. "I'm going to repeat it: we're not obviously very good right now, but we're going to be there."
Orlando led 69-62 late in the third quarter, but the Bulls tied the score at 72 on a Crawford dunk. Marshall put Chicago in the lead for good with a layup.
Chicago also got 22 points and nine rebounds from Tyson Chandler. Tracy McGrady led Orlando with 23 points, but only one in the fourth quarter.
The Bulls shot 54.2 percent after entering the game at 31.8. Orlando shot considerably better than its season average of 35.3, making 46 percent. But the Magic missed 15 of 22 in the third quarter; the Bulls made 12 of 23.
TRADE: Washington obtained guard Brevin Knight from Phoenix for center Jahidi White.