Magic Wands: Orlando Magic vs. Milwaukee Bucks





Time/TV: 7 p.m./FSFlorida
Line: Bucks by 4
Tickets: $40-$382 on SeatGeek
Season Series: Bucks 93, Magic 89 in Milwaukee on Nov. 21; Bucks 104, Magic 96 in Orlando on Nov. 27; Tonight in Orlando

Pace Off. Rtg. Def. Rtg. eFG% O.Reb.% TO% FTR
Milwaukee 97.5 107.2 105.6 52.6 22.9 14.2 26.5
Orlando 98.2 100.9 106.4 49.3 21.7 13.3 23.2

1) Jodie Meeks is expected to miss 4-6 weeks after dislocating his pinky, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports. It leaves the Orlando Magic extremely thin in the backcourt and on the wing.

2) Injuries are providing a long-awaited opportunity for Mario Hezonja.

2) After a much-maligned exit, Anfernee Hardaway is feeling the love from Orlando now, George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

3) With Anfernee Hardaway entering the Orlando Magic Hall of Fame today, we wonder if Springfield may call next.

4) The Orlando Magic will face some big questions as they enter the third quarter of the season.

5) The Orlando Magic have struggled in their search for an identity throughout this rebuild, David Ramil of FanRag Sports writes.

6) CBS Sports says the Orlando Magic should be sellers at the trade deadline.

7) Dylan Hughes of 16 Wins A Ring breaks down how good Aaron Gordon could become.

3) Giannis Antetokounmpo received a surprise celebration when he was named a starter to the Eastern Conference All-Star team, Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes.

4) Both the Orlando Magic and Milwaukee Bucks are feeling some heat as they have struggled of late.

5) The Orlando Magic seem to be spiraling down a pit at the moment, Cody Taylor of Basketball Insiders writes.

2) The Orlando Magic plan to submit a bid for the 2020 and 2021 All-Star Games, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

3) The Orlando Magic reportedly made a big offer to the Miami Heat for Goran Dragic, according to

3) Lukas Harkins of Behind the Buck Pass reviews the previous week for the Milwaukee Bucks in his player power rankings.

4) TrueHoop explains how the standings rarely change after Jan. 20.

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