Orlando Magic tonight hosts Golden State Warriors at Amway Center at 00:00 (CET).
Orlando is 28-34 on the season after their 108-103 meltdown at the New York Knicks, where they were outscored 30-13 in the fourth quarter.
The Magic are led by Nikola Vucevic with 20.6 points and 12.0 rebounds per game, D.J. Augustin with 5.0 assists per game.
Orlando is scoring 105.9 points per game (25th of 30), allowing 106.8 points per game (5th of 30), earning a simple rating system (SRS) score of -0.96 (25th of 30), pace factor of 98.2 (26th of 30), offensive rating of 107.3 (23rd of 30) and defensive rating of 108.2 (9th of 30).
The Magic are 32-28-2 against the spread (ATS), 28-34 to the over/under, 23-13 ATS after a day off, 9-7-1 ATS as a home underdog, 13-6 ATS when spread was +4.5 to +7.5, 23-18-1 ATS as an underdog, 11-22 to the over/under after a loss and 12-24-1 to the over/under with one day off this season.
The Dubs fell to 43-18 with their too-little-too-late, 126-125 loss at the Miami Heat on Wednesday evening and will have no time to rest or wallow before facing the Magic tonight.
Not counting the Heat game, Golden State has been led by Stephen Curry with 28.4 points per game and Draymond Green with 7.5 rebounds per game and 7.3 assists per game.
Without the stats from their game in Miami, the Warriors have been scoring 118.8 points per game (1st of 30), allowing 112.0 points per game (18th of 30), earning a SRS score of 6.77 (2nd of 30), pace factor of 101.1 (10th of 30), offensive rating of 116.8 (1st of 30) and defensive rating of 110.0 (15th of 30).
Golden State is 25-35-1 ATS, 33-28 to the over/under, 14-16 ATS as the away team, 6-11 ATS after a loss, 2-5-1 ATS on no rest, 4-8-1 ATS when spread was -7.5 to -4.5, 6-11-1 ATS against teams that win 45-55 percent of games, 8-4 to the over/under when line was 224.5 to 227.5, 5-3 to the over/under on no rest, 18-8 to the over/under as an away favorite, 19-11 to the over/under as an away team and 7-10 to the over/under after a loss this season.