The Miami Heat defeated the Orlando Magic by a score of 121-95 thanks to the leadership of Jimmy Butler.

The Magic's shooting percentage was reduced to 43.8 percent as a result of Butler's strong defense, which also led to 18 turnovers.

After Butler made three consecutive three-pointers in the fourth quarter, there was no longer any chance of a comeback being possible.

 Seven other Miami players scored in double digits, including Josh Richardson, Jaime Jaquez Jr., and Terry Rozier.

The Heat have a one-game advantage over the Magic in the standings, with the Magic having secured a single victory in their most recent confrontation.

Through the entirety of the season, the Magic have remained in good health, and they have not sustained any significant injuries.

 The Heat have suffered more severe injuries than the Magic, with Butler's absence and Tyler Herro's ankle issue.

The Magic have a fresh start for Tuesday's game, with Kevon Harris, Jett Howard, and Trevelin Queen designated for the NBA G League.