The Warriors started their New Year's celebration early with a 94-81 blowout victory over the Orlando Magic on Tuesday.

The Warriors' starters sat for the entire fourth quarter as the bench put away the game before 15,062 at the Amway Center.

They won their sixth straight game -- their longest streak since a six-game run in November 2007 -- and are 2-0 to begin a season-long, seven-game trip.

Golden State (20-13) avoided the potential trap of looking ahead to Thursday's showdown with the two-time defending NBA champion Miami Heat -- not to mention spending New Year's Eve in South Beach -- and delivered a complete performance.

"That's what the good teams do," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. "They handle their business."

The Magic (10-21) took eight points off Golden State's 58-35 halftime advantage by the time the fourth quarter rolled around. But Jackson showed confidence in his bench by sending them out to start the final period. They delivered.