Golden State Warriors (47-24 SU, 35-32-4 ATS) vs. Orlando Magic (19-53 SU, 33-39-0 ATS)
When: Tuesday March 22 2022, 07:00 PM (ET)
Where: Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Point Spread: GSW -8/ORL +8 (Opened GSW -8.5 at MyBookie – Use bonus code PREDICT100 and they’ll give you a 100% real cash bonus up to $300!)
Total: 216 (Opened at 215)
Money Line: Golden St. -335/Orlando Magic +263
Power Rating: GSW -10
Probable Starting Lineups
Golden State Warriors PG Jordan Poole, SG Klay Thompson, SF Andrew Wiggins P, PF Draymond Green, C Kevon Looney
Orlando Magic PG Cole Anthony, SG R.J. Hampton, SF Franz Wagner, PF Wendell Carter Jr., C Mo Bamba
Golden State Warriors
Andre Iguodala: Back (OUT)
Gary Payton II: Knee (PROBABLE)
Moses Moody: Shoulder (QUESTIONABLE)
James Wiseman: Knee (OUT)
Stephen Curry: Foot (OUT)
Jalen Suggs: Ankle (OUT)
Jonathan Isaac: Knee (OUT)
Bol Bol: Foot (OUT)
The Orlando Magic host the Golden State Warriors in a Non-Conference matchup. Tip-off is set for 07:00 PM ET at the Amway Center.
The Golden State Warriors come into this game with an overall record of 47-24, placing them 3rd in the Western Conference. So far, Golden State is above .500 on the road, holding a record of 18-15. Over their last five games, the Warriors have played well, picking up 3 wins. In this stretch, Golden State’s offense is scoring right in line with their season average, putting up 111.0 points per game. Combined, the Warriors’ last five opponents are giving up 110.0 points per contest. Even though Golden State has been picking up wins, their opponents have had no trouble scoring the ball, averaging 109.0 points per game, up from the Warriors’ usual rate of 105.2. In the Golden State Warriors’ most recent game, the team fell to San Antonio by a score of 110-108.
The Orlando Magic come into this game with an overall record of 19-53, placing them 15th in the Eastern Conference. Throughout the season, Orlando has struggled in their 35 home contests, sitting at 9-26. Over the Magic’s last five games, they have picked up just 2 wins. During this stretch, Orlando is averaging 110.0 points per game, 6.0 points more than their season average of 104.3. This uptick in offensive play has come while playing a group of opponents who are collectively giving up 111.0 points per contest. A key reason for the Magic’s recent struggles is a defensive unit giving up 119.0 points over their last five contests. This figure is up from their season average of 112.1. In the Orlando Magic’s most recent game, Orlando took down the Okla City by a score of 90-85.