Orlando Magic at LA Lakers NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The late night NBA game will feature the Orlando Magic as they travel to face their former teammate Dwight Howard and his new club the LA Lakers on Sunday December 2nd. The Magic and Lakers will begin from Staples Center in LA at 9:30PM Eastern Time and you can watch it live nationally over NBA TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team LA Lakers favored by -13 points with an over under line of 203 points. A money line wager on the favored LA Lakers will return -1500 odds. Bettors who believe the Orlando Magic can get the outright win tonight against their former teammate can receive +950 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Orlando Magic enters play with a 5-10 record and the team is just 1-5 on the road this season. They have lost three straight games all on their home court as they completed a five game home stand with losses to the Celtics, Spurs and on Friday night fall to the Brooklyn Nets 98-86. It has been tough sledding for the Magic with the departure of Howard out west. They stand 28th in the league in scoring offense as they average just 91 points a game and convert on 43% from the floor. One cannot expect much success when your leading scorer is Glen Big Baby Davis. The big man averages 14 points a night for the Magic.

The Lakers sit with a .500 record at 8-8 after 16 games played. They are 7-4 on their home court. The come off a 122-103 home blowout win against Denver on Friday night as the team bounces from back a 79-77 home defeat to Indiana on Tuesday. LA gets fortunate to face the Nuggets as they entered play off a back to back as they lose the night before in a difficult close game at Golden St. Dwight Howard averages 18 points and 11 rebounds a game for the Lakers. His rebound totals are down about three a game with his new club. He is also shooting a career low 47% from the free throw line.

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