Stan Van Gundy and Hedo Turkoglu spent some time after Saturday afternoon's Orlando Magic practice sitting together in plush baseline seats at Philips Arena, squinting at a laptop computer screen.

They weren't surfing the Internet.

Nope, they were watching video from the Magic's Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Turkoglu's play on offense was a concern for the Magic as they prepared to play Game 4 this evening. Turkoglu will enter tonight having shot just 9-of-36 from the field in the series, and Van Gundy has said he's concerned that Turkoglu is passing up open shots.

"Where he hasn't been ready to shoot or willing to shoot most of the time is when the ball is coming to him from other people," Van Gundy said.

The Magic will need Turkoglu to snap out of his shooting slump as Jason Richardson serves a one-game suspension today.

"I'm just trying to play my game and I can't right now change things that I've never done before," Turkoglu said. "I'm going to shoot it when I'm open. If I'm not, I'm going to drive it to the basket. Either I'm going to shoot it or find my teammate."