Cleveland Cavaliers at Orlando Magic Betting Pick

In the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Orlando Magic are set for a big game 6. The Cavaliers lead the best of seven series 3-2 following their win at home on Wednesday. The Magic will look to win at home, and force a deciding game 7 over the weekend.

Cleveland is 3-0 at home this series, and 0-2 on the road. The most recent win for the Cavaliers was 104-103 on Tuesday. Cleveland went 48-34 during the regular season, and finished fourth in the Eastern Conference. Cleveland struggled a bit down the stretch; losing six out of their final ten games.

For Orlando, they went 47-35 during the regular season. The Magic felt they had a great chance on Tuesday, but fell a little short. The Magic hope to regain their ability to play well at home, and grab a win and force a trip back to Cleveland.

The Orlando Magic are -3.5 in this game at home. The total is set at 199.5 points.

Cleveland Cavaliers Looking to Move On

Cleveland used five guys scoring double digits in the win on Tuesday. Donovan Mitchell had a big game, scoring 28 points and ripping down 6 assists. Evan Mobley was also strong in the game. Mobley recorded a double double with 14 points and 13 rebounds in the game.

So far in the postseason, Mitchell is scoring 27 points per game at home. In the two road games, Mitchell is scoring just 15.5 per game. Mobley has been consistent for Cleveland, as he has scored 16, 17, 10, 14 and 14 in the five games.

The Cavaliers during the regular season scored 112.6 points per game. That was 20th in all of the National Basketball Association. Cleveland made 13.5 three point shots as well, which ranked in the Top 10. The Cavaliers are 8th in assists, with 28 per game.

Orlando Magic Looking to Stay Alive

The Orlando Magic were oh so close to grabbing a road win, and coming home with a chance to win the series. In the game 5 loss, the Magic saw a monster game from Paolo Banchero. The Duke star had a playoff high 39 points. He did so on 14 of 24 shooting and 7 of 8 from the free throw line.

Just two other guys scored double digits for Orlando. Franz Wagner scored 14 and Jalen Suggs netted 13. In the postseason so far, Banchero has been good. He had his worst game in Game 4, with just 9 points. The other game, he scored 24, 21 and 31. In Game 3, he added 14 rebounds to his resume.

Orlando was one of the lowest scoring teams in all of the league in the regular season. The Magic scored just 110.5 points per game. Orlando made just 11 three points, which is one of the worst in the league. The Magic are one of the best defensive teams, and in their two wins so far in this series, they are allowing just 86 points per game.

Magic Top Cavaliers

The Orlando Magic are going to force a game 7. Orlando looks like a different team when playing at home. The Magic can defend, and will score better when they are at home. We like the Magic to win this game 102-98 over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

We will take the Orlando Magic -3.5 and also the OVER in this game. Enjoy the game and best of luck with all your NBA Betting!

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