Magic at 76ers live stream: How to watch online

The Philadelphia 76ers will host the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night. Here is how to watch this Eastern Conference NBA game online.

Tuesday, November 1st will feature nine games in the NBA. One of them will have two winless teams trying to get their first victory of the season. The Philadelphia 76ers (0-2) will host the Orlando Magic (0-3) at the Wells Fargo Center for a 7:00 PM ET tipoff.

People in Central Florida will be able to see the game on Fox Sports Florida. Those in Greater Philadelphia will be able to watch it on Comcast SportsNet Pennsylvania. Since it is not a nationally televised event, it is wise to make use of the live stream on NBA League Pass. NBA League Pass now requires a subscription.

Orlando has yet to score 100 points in any game this season. Defensively, the Magic have surrendered 105 or more points in their losses to the Miami Heat, the Detroit Pistons, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Orlando still has time to get things straight, as they have a solid new head coach in Frank Vogel.

Philadelphia played a competitive first game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but were steamrolled by the Atlanta Hawks in their second home game of the season. Maybe the third time is the charm at the Wells Fargo Center for Philadelphia’s professional hoops team? He plays sparingly, but rookie Joel Embiid sure is exciting, isn’t he?

Date: Tuesday, November 1st
Time: 7:00 PM ET
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue: Wells Fargo Center
TV Info: FSFL, CSNP
Live Stream: NBA League Pass

According to OddsShark.com, the 76ers are getting 4.5 points at home to the Magic. The associated moneylines are Orlando -200 and Philadelphia +155. This game’s over/under comes in at 197 combined points.

Orlando may be giving up a lot of points on defense, but the 76ers have struggled for years to get the ball in the hoop. If Philadelphia plays like it did against Oklahoma City, then maybe the 76ers get their first win of the season. Otherwise, Orlando should roll in this game.

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