Orlando Magic at Miami Heat NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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From the NBA on Sunday we have a nice watch and wagering opportunity as Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic will be on the road to battle Lebron James and the Miami Heat. The Magic and Heat will tip off from Miami at 7PM Eastern Time and you can watch this NBA game live over ESPN Television.

Bet the Magic and Heat tonight at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now claim their 20% reload bonus on Tuesday and Thursday. Get in on the excitement of betting the NBA tonight and build up your bankroll for the start of the NBA playoffs next month!

The current betting odds listed at Oddsmaker has the home team Miami Heat favored by -8 points with an over under of 189 ½ points. Bettors playing the Miami Heat on the money line will lay -400 odds. If you think the Orlando Magic can pull off the upset win tonight your return is +320 odds for your bet on the money line.

The Heat and Magic will meet for the fourth and final time this regular season. The Magic have won and got the money on the spread in their two home dates while Miami earned a 90-78 home victory as a -9 ½ point favorite back on February 19th in their only home game of the series.

Orlando has played better basketball of late winning four of their past five games and own a road win during this span of game at Chicago with a 99-94 victory getting +6 points. The Magic have been lights off from the field over their past five games as the team has put up 101 points and made 48.3% of their shots from the field with 37.2% coming from three. Dwight Howard opted in for another year in Orlando and the mood has been much better around the franchise ever since.

The Heat returns home off a 1-2 road trip with losses at Chicago and Orlando and a road victory at Philadelphia on Friday night. The Heat has been really good at home with a mark of 18-2 on the season. Offensively they make 49.6% of their shots and average over 103 points per game on their home court. Lebron James is putting up MVP numbers and is a lock to win it this season with nearly 28 points per game average with 8 ½ rebounds per game and an outstanding 54.8% shooting percentage from the field.

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