Orlando vs Atlanta Predictions
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I'm a little shocked that the line is not -3 Magic which would have made more since to me, maybe Vegas knows Gordon won't be playing I don't know but I'll take the Magic here.60%
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Orlando has been sneaky good lately meanwhile the Hawks overachieving run of the year is over and reality is, they are not even a decent team. The magic have some guys turning into vets this season and they want to stay in the playoff conversation. They need a W here and they get it.60%
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Fansided: Atlanta Hawks: Rapid Reactions to Hideous Loss to Magic
With both teams on the second night of a back-to-back, one might've expected a rather listless performance from both the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic.
Instead, viewers were greeted by a complete directionless and sleepwalking Hawks team and a feisty and focused Magic team (without Mo Bamba) - who are still trying to make the playoffs in the Eastern Conference.
The Hawks could get nothing going, and the final score line of this game was actually far more respectable (124 to 108) than it had any right to be. Atlanta got vastly outplayed, and even though they actually outshot the Magic from three-point territory (40.
Official Site of the Magic: Postgame Report: Magic 124, Hawks 108
ATLANTA - With his Orlando Magic facing a particularly taxing set of circumstances after winning in Milwaukee a night earlier and not arriving in Atlanta until 3 a.m., head coach Steve Clifford knew he would learn something - either positive or negative - about the collective will of his team on Sunday night.
Would the Magic push through their obvious sleep deprivation and fatigue and keep their stellar play of late going in a game that was theirs to win? Or, as so often was the case early in the season as they battled inconsistency, would the Magic succumb to their surroundings and fall short against the reeling Atlanta Hawks?
Orlando Pinstriped Post: Game 57: Magic at Hawks GameThread
Southeast division foes square off Sunday night in a contest of "who can play with the most energy and/or look the least tired".
Both the Orlando Magic and the Atlanta Hawks will be playing on the second night of a back-to-back.
The Hawks hosted the Charlotte Hornets in Atlanta last night, dropping a high-scoring affair 129-120. Rookie point guard Trae Young had 20 points and 11 assists in the game.
The Magic braved the weather in Milwaukee, defeating the Bucks 103-83. The best team in the Eastern Conference played without their MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo (rest).
Peachtree Hoops: Game Thread: Atlanta Hawks vs. Orlando Magic
Good evening! The Atlanta Hawks face a quick turnaround on Sunday, as the team plays host to the Orlando Magic in its second game in less than 24 hours. The face-off marks the second match-up between the two teams this season and fun should be had by all.
As always, we encourage you to use the comment section below to discuss the game in a cordial manner. Let's enjoy this one together.
Atlanta - John Collins (right anterior knee pain) is available to play; Jaylen Adams (right ankle sprain) and Miles Plumlee (left knee pain) are out.
Fansided: Magic Wands: Orlando Magic at Atlanta Hawks -- Feb. 10, 2019
Time/TV: 7:30 p.m./FOX Sports Florida
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Line: Magic by 1.5
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2019 Season Series: Magic 122, Hawks 103 in Atlanta on Jan. 21; Tonight in Atlanta; March 17 in Orlando; April 5 in Orlando
1) The Orlando Magic rose up to blow out the Milwaukee Bucks without Giannis Antetokounmpo. It was a game full of shining performances as the Magic continue to grow and improve.
2) The Orlando Magic waited for young players like Isaiah Briscoe to mature and develop and they are now gaining confidence at the exact right moment for a Playoff push.
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Peachtree Hoops: Preview: Hawks square off with Magic on second night of home back-to-back
In an odd quirk of scheduling, the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic didn't face off until MLK Day in late January. Because the two teams are division rivals, they must fit an entire four-game season series into less than three months and the second installment will take place on Sunday night at State Farm Arena.
The Hawks fell flat on Saturday evening in the first half of a back-to-back set, scuffling on the defensive end on the way to a defeat against the Hornets. In contrast, the Magic also played on Saturday but pulled off a strong performance, going into Milwaukee and inexplicably knocking off the scalding-hot Bucks by a 20-point margin.
Fansided: Atlanta Hawks Game Preview: Second Matchup vs. Magic
Though the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic are Southeast Division rivals, tonight will mark only the second time (of four) that these two teams will meet in the 2018-19 season.
The last time these teams met on January 21, the Magic came out victorious by a final margin of 122 to 103.
The Magic were led in scoring by their All-Star Nikola Vucevic, who piled up 29 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 blocks in 34 minutes of action. Evan Fournier matched Vooch with a 29-point, 7-assist game on 50 percent shooting from the field.
Betting Prediction for Orlando Magic vs Atlanta Hawks on February 10, 2019, 7:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Orlando will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
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Statfox free betting prediction: 112 to 111. Total score: 223. Bet the under!
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