Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic – Preview, Tips and Odds

Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic – Preview, Tips and Odds

Golden State Warriors will take on Orlando Magic on Tuesday night at Chase Center in San Francisco. The Warriors are on top of the standings not only in the Western Conference, but the entire NBA with a 19-4 record, while the Magic are having slow start to the season and currently occupy the penultimate 15th position on East with a 5-19 balance.

Golden State Warriors vs Orlando Magic Head to Head

Both teams last met in February, when Orlando recorded a 124-120 win over the Warriors on home floor. Nikola Vucevic (now at the Bulls) had a great game and finished with a triple-double to his name, scoring 30 pts, grabbing 16 rebounds and providing 10 assists. Steph Curry replied with 29 pts and 11 assists for the Dubs, but his efforts were not enough for the win. The Magic are boasting a better H2H balance across the last five matches against the Dubs, registering three victories, while losing two times in the process. Those five games ended with an average of 207.8 pts.

Golden State Warriors Form

Golden State Warriors were up against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night, when losing 107-112 on home court. Two time MVP Stephan Curry scored 27 pts, and added 8 rebounds and 5 assists, but it was not enough for the Dubs to prevail. They shot just 44% from the field and 66.7% from free throw on the night, and probably the reason for the loss lies here. The Warriors are 8-2 in their last ten matches, with the other defeat for the period coming at the hands of Phoenix Suns the previous Wednesday. The Warriors are currently leading the NBA charts for Assists and Steals per game, while ranking 3rd in scoring and rebounding. Dub Nation is only behind Phoenix Suns in field goal percentage with 47.5% success rate.

Standout performers:

Stephan Curry is #3 in the entire NBA in scoring with 27.5 and in a league of his own, when it comes to the 3-pointers made with 119 shots scored beyond the arc.

Orlando Magic Form

Orlando Magic were last on the court against Houston Rockets on Wednesday, when losing 116-118 away from home. Rookie Cole Anthony dropped 26 points that night, averaging 50% from the field and also delivering 7 assists. The Magic have been on a poor form since the start of the season and the balance across their previous 10 games shows 2-8 balance. They are ranked #28 in terms of FG success rate with an average of 42%, while dropping 100.6 points per game, which also puts them on 28th position across the entire organization, but move to 22nd spot when it comes to Free Throws.

Standout performers: Young prospect Cole Anthony is leading the team in term of points and assists with 20.2 and 6.0 on average, while another player drafted this off-season in the face of Wendell Carter Jr. is on top of the rebounding charts, grabbing 9.8 boards per match.


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