Orlando MagicMagic
30-35
Wed 12/4, 12:05 AM - Capital One Arena
ORL -1, O/U 229.5
Washington WizardsWizards
24-40
Wed 12/4, 12:05 AM - Capital One Arena
ORL -1, O/U 229.5
Magic
30-35
Wizards
24-40
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Wizards
114.5Proj Full Score111.5
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Wizards
-1 (-110)
o229.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o229.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o230.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o230.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o229.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o229.5 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o229 (-110)
Team Summary
Orlando Magic Summary
Head Coach
Steve Clifford
Avg. Pts. Scored
106.37
1H Pts. Scored
53.31
Washington Wizards Summary
Head Coach
Scott Brooks
Avg. Pts. Scored
115.61
1H Pts. Scored
58.81
Schedule Summary
ORL
Teams
WAS
65
No. Of Games
64
30-35
Record
24-40
31-30
ATS Record
33-30
50.8%
Cover%
52.4%
34-30
O/U Record
37-26
53.1%
Over%
58.7%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 82Record: 24-40 ATS Record: 34-28O/U Record: 37-26
Games: 82Record: 24-40 ATS: 34-28O/U: 37-26
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2BThu 10/24@ DALL 100-108W +9U 220NOSat 10/26@ OKCW 97-85W +8.5U 218.5NOSun 10/27@ SASL 122-124W +11.5O 219.5YESThu 10/31vs. HOUL 158-159W +8O 234NOSun 11/3vs. MINL 109-131L -3O 229.5NOTue 11/5vs. DETW 115-99W -4U 225.5NOThu 11/7@ INDL 106-121L +3--NOSat 11/9vs. CLEL 100-113L -5U 233NOThu 11/14@ BOSL 133-140 +7O 230NOSat 11/16@ MINW 137-116W +5.5O 239NOSun 11/17@ ORLL 121-125L +6O 226.5YESThu 11/21vs. SASW 138-132W +2O 237NOSat 11/23vs. CHAW 125-118W -6O 234NOSun 11/24vs. SACL 106-113L -2.5U 233.5YESWed 11/27@ DENL 104-117L +10U 227NOThu 11/28@ PHXW 140-132W +6.5O 240.5YESSat 11/30@ LALL 103-125L +11.5U 235.5NOMon 12/2@ LACL 125-150L +12.5O 240NOWed 12/4vs. ORLL 120-127W +1O 229.5NOFri 12/6vs. PHIW 119-113W +7.5U 233NOSat 12/7@ MIAL 103-112W +9.5U 228.5YESSun 12/8vs. LACL 119-135L +9O 235YESWed 12/11@ CHAL 107-114L -2U 229.5NOSun 12/15@ MEML 111-128L +1.5O 237NOTue 12/17@ DETW 133-119W +2.5O 231.5NOThu 12/19vs. CHIL 109-110L -1U 229.5NOSat 12/21@ TORL 118-122W +6.5O 229.5NOSun 12/22@ PHIL 108-125L +12.5O 227.5YESTue 12/24@ NYKW 121-115W +3.5O 227.5NOFri 12/27@ DETL 102-132L +6.5O 228.5NOSun 12/29vs. NYKL 100-107L +3.5U 227.5NOTue 12/31vs. MIAW 123-105W +11O 224NOWed 1/1vs. ORLL 101-122W +3.5O 222.5YESSat 1/4vs. PORL 103-122L +7U 232.5NOSun 1/5vs. DENW 128-114W +13O 221YESTue 1/7vs. BOSW 99-94W +9U 225NOThu 1/9@ ORLL 89-123W +9.5U 218.5NOSat 1/11vs. ATLW 111-101W +1.5U 238.5NOSun 1/12vs. UTAL 116-127L +6O 225YESThu 1/16@ CHIL 106-115L +4U 229.5NOSat 1/18@ TORL 111-140L +10.5O 230.5NOMon 1/20vs. DETW 106-100W EvenU 232.5NOThu 1/23@ MIAL 129-134W +10O 229NOFri 1/24@ CLEW 124-112W +2.5O 230.5YESSun 1/26@ ATLL 133-152L +1O 241.5NOWed 1/29@ MILL 131-151L +11.5O 241NOFri 1/31vs. CHAW 121-107W -4O 227NOSun 2/2vs. BKNW 113-107W +1.5U 243NOTue 2/4vs. GSWL 117-125L -6.5O 234.5NOSat 2/8vs. DALW 119-118W +3O 234NOSun 2/9vs. MEML 99-106L +2.5U 240.5YESWed 2/12vs. CHIW 126-114W -3.5O 230NOThu 2/13@ NYKW 114-96W +3U 228YESSat 2/22vs. CLEL 108-113L -6U 237NOMon 2/24@ CHIL 117-126L -3.5O 229.5NOTue 2/25vs. MILL 134-137W +13O 243YESThu 2/27vs. BKNW 110-106W +1.5U 233.5NOSat 2/29@ UTAL 119-129 +10O 231.5NOMon 3/2@ GSWW 124-110W -7.5O 233.5NOWed 3/4@ SACL 126-133L +5.5O 235.5NOThu 3/5@ PORL 104-125L +7.5U 244YESSat 3/7vs. ATLW 118-112W -5.5U 240NOSun 3/8vs. MIAL 89-100L +5.5U 233YESTue 3/10vs. NYKW 122-115W -5O 230NOFri 3/13@ BOS------NOSun 3/15vs. OKC------NOMon 3/16@ PHI------YESWed 3/18@ BKN------NOFri 3/20@ ATL------NOSun 3/22vs. MIL------NOMon 3/23vs. BOS------YESWed 3/25vs. PHX------NOSat 3/28@ MIL------NOSun 3/29vs. LAL------YESWed 4/1vs. NOP------NOFri 4/3vs. PHI------NOSun 4/5@ IND------NOTue 4/7vs. TOR------NOSat 4/11@ HOU------NOSat 4/11@ CHA------NOTue 4/14@ NOP------NOWed 4/15vs. IND------YES
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Aaron Gordon
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Khem Birch
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Wizards Lineup
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Isaiah Thomas
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Bradley Beal
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Isaac Bonga
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Troy Brown
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Rui Hachimura
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Davis Bertans
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Rui Hachimura
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Thomas Bryant
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Markelle Fultz
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Magic Injuries
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Evan FournierORL | SG
Expected back when season resumes
Fournier missed the Magic's last three games and looked destined to miss additional action after being ruled out indefinitely March 6 due to the injury. With the NBA going on hiatus a week later, however, Fournier has now benefited from a month and a half off to let his elbow heal without missing further games. The Magic haven't issued a formal update on where exactly Fournier stands in his recovery, but he should get the green light to take part in on-court work whenever the NBA allows teams to resume training. Prior to the injury, Fournier was averaging a career-high 18.8 points to go along with 3.2 assists, 2.7 three-pointers, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 31.7 minutes per contest.
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Jonathan IsaacORL | SF
Squats most weight since injury
Isaac suffered a sprained knee Jan. 1 against the Wizards and hasn't played since. He noted that it's possible he'll play if the season resumes again, but that he'd have to be "110 percent."
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Al-Farouq AminuORL | PF
Could return in delayed season
Aminu hasn't played since Nov. 29 after suffering a torn meniscus in his right knee that required surgery just over a month later following an unsuccessful rest-and-rehab program. Later in January, the Magic were granted a displayed player exception for Aminu, indicating that the NBA agreed the forward was unlikely to return to action prior to June 15. While that timeline would normally rule Aminu out through the start of the NBA Finals, the league's decision to suspend its season indefinitely could leave the door open for him to play again in 2019-20. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, owners and executives around the league view mid-to-late June as a best-case scenario for the NBA to resume action. Considering Aminu had previously stated that he expected to be ready to compete for Nigeria in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in late July, he may have a legitimate shot at being cleared to play for the Magic this summer. Robbins relays that Aminu is progressing well in his recovery and is no longer sporting a stabilizing brace on his right knee.
OUT
 
Wizards Injuries
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Ish SmithWAS | PG
Out for fourth straight game
Smith's sore left hamstring will cost him a fourth consecutive game, meaning Shabazz Napier should hold a firm grasp of the lion's share of point guard minutes. If Jerome Robinson (Achilless) is cleared to play, he could also see a boost in playing time.
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Isaac BongaWAS | SG
Unavailable Tuesday
Bonga started Sunday's loss to the Heat and presumably sustained the injury while putting up three points and one steal in 15 minutes. Garrison Matthews may see increased run in his absence Tuesday.
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C.J. MilesWAS
Cut loose by Washington
Miles had already been ruled out for the season after undergoing left wrist surgery in early December, but the rebuilding Wizards had viewed the 32-year-old as a valuable veteran presence on a young roster. Even so, Washington couldn't afford to keep Miles on the roster due to the club's mounting health concerns, as six other players remain sidelined due to injuries. According to Bobby Marks of ESPN.com, Washington will still retain its $4.4 million Disabled Player Exception that had been awarded after Miles was ruled out for the season. The Wizards will convert Anzejs Pasecniks' two-way deal into a standard contract, allowing him to take Miles' spot on the 15-man roster.
OFS
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John WallWAS
Confident in progress
Wall hasn't played in an NBA game since December of 2018, but he's gradually worked his way back toward full strength, and he's confident that he'll be able to return to playing at an All-Star level. "The sky is the limit," Wall said. "This is the healthiest I will have been, damn near my whole NBA career. That's why I took my time, that's why I didn't want to come back this season and be on a minutes restriction and try to do all of that. I just wanted to make sure I'm fully healthy, my body is where I want it to be and prepare for next season." Prior to the suspension of the NBA season, Wall had been practicing with the Wizards' G League affiliate and going through 5-on-5 scrimmages without restriction. Wall also noted that he's spent time improving his jumpshot, which has been an on-and-off issue since he entered the league in 2010-11. Wall implied that the injury -- as well as bone spurs in his ankle -- contributed to his at times inconsistent shooting. "People don't even know that sometimes when going full speed and then trying to stop was the worst, it was like somebody stabbed me with a knife in my heel and twisting it," Wall said. "It was so bad but like me just being able to take time off and get fully healthy. When I shoot one-dribble pull-ups and run and do certain things, it doesn't bother me at all, I just feel free."
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Magic Injuries
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Evan FournierORL | SG
Expected back when season resumes
Fournier missed the Magic's last three games and looked destined to miss additional action after being ruled out indefinitely March 6 due to the injury. With the NBA going on hiatus a week later, however, Fournier has now benefited from a month and a half off to let his elbow heal without missing further games. The Magic haven't issued a formal update on where exactly Fournier stands in his recovery, but he should get the green light to take part in on-court work whenever the NBA allows teams to resume training. Prior to the injury, Fournier was averaging a career-high 18.8 points to go along with 3.2 assists, 2.7 three-pointers, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 31.7 minutes per contest.
GTD
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Jonathan IsaacORL | SF
Squats most weight since injury
Isaac suffered a sprained knee Jan. 1 against the Wizards and hasn't played since. He noted that it's possible he'll play if the season resumes again, but that he'd have to be "110 percent."
OUT
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Al-Farouq AminuORL | PF
Could return in delayed season
Aminu hasn't played since Nov. 29 after suffering a torn meniscus in his right knee that required surgery just over a month later following an unsuccessful rest-and-rehab program. Later in January, the Magic were granted a displayed player exception for Aminu, indicating that the NBA agreed the forward was unlikely to return to action prior to June 15. While that timeline would normally rule Aminu out through the start of the NBA Finals, the league's decision to suspend its season indefinitely could leave the door open for him to play again in 2019-20. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, owners and executives around the league view mid-to-late June as a best-case scenario for the NBA to resume action. Considering Aminu had previously stated that he expected to be ready to compete for Nigeria in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in late July, he may have a legitimate shot at being cleared to play for the Magic this summer. Robbins relays that Aminu is progressing well in his recovery and is no longer sporting a stabilizing brace on his right knee.
OUT