Orlando Magic vs Cleveland Cavaliers Odds, Lines, Picks & Predictions – NBA, Oct. 26

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BetMGM Betting @BETMGM Oct 26, 2022, 4:30 PM
  • The Cavaliers are -8.5 favorites vs. the Magic
  • Total (Over/Under): 215.5 points
  • Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 7:00pm EDT
  • Watch the game on BSOH & BSFL

The Orlando Magic visit Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:00pm EDT in Cleveland.

The Cavaliers are betting favorites in this NBA matchup, with the spread sitting at -8.5 (-110).

The Magic vs Cavaliers Over/Under is 215.5 total points for the game.

So far this NBA season, the Magic are 1-3 against the spread, while the Cavaliers are 2-1 against the spread.


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Magic vs. Cavaliers Odds, Over/Under & Moneyline

SpreadOver / UnderMoneyline
Orlando Magic+8.5 -110O 215.5 -110300
Cleveland Cavaliers -8.5 -110U 215.5 -110-375
  • The Orlando Magic have hit the 1H Game Total Over in 23 of their last 37 games (+7.55 Units / 19% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have hit the 4Q Game Total Under in 15 of their last 22 games (+7.33 Units / 30% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have covered the 1Q Spread in 16 of their last 24 games (+7.25 Units / 27% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have hit the 2Q Game Total Under in 17 of their last 26 away games (+6.63 Units / 23% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have hit the 2H Moneyline in 17 of their last 41 away games (+5.76 Units / 14% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have hit the 1H Moneyline in 46 of their last 83 games (+10.75 Units / 9% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have hit the Moneyline in 21 of their last 31 games at home (+9.05 Units / 13% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have hit the 1Q Game Total Over in 34 of their last 57 games (+8.70 Units / 14% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have hit the Game Total Under in 25 of their last 41 games at home (+8.50 Units / 19% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have hit the 2Q Moneyline in 8 of their last 9 games (+8.16 Units / 73% ROI)
  • Against the spread this NBA season, the Magic have gone:

    • 1-3 against the Spread (-2.3 Units / -52.27% ROI)
    • 0-4 against the Moneyline (-4 Units / -100% ROI)
    • 2-2 against the Over for game total points (-0.2 Units / -4.55% ROI)
    • 2-2 against the Under for game total points (-0.2 Units / -4.55% ROI)

    Against the spread this NBA season, the Cavaliers have gone:

    • 2-1 against the Spread (+0.9 Units / 27.27% ROI)
    • 2-1 against the Moneyline (+1 Units / 25.64% ROI)
    • 2-1 against the Over for game total points (+0.9 Units / 27.27% ROI)
    • 1-2 against the Under for game total points (-1.2 Units / -36.36% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have only hit the 4Q Game Total Over in 36 of their last 83 games (-16.78 Units / -18% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have only hit the 2H Moneyline in 27 of their last 61 games (-16.18 Units / -19% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have only hit the 4Q Moneyline in 34 of their last 76 games (-15.48 Units / -17% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have only covered the Spread in 21 of their last 56 games (-15.40 Units / -25% ROI)
  • The Cleveland Cavaliers have only hit the 1Q Game Total Under in 27 of their last 65 games (-14.95 Units / -21% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only hit the 2Q Moneyline in 23 of their last 78 games (-23.73 Units / -29% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only hit the 1H Moneyline in 23 of their last 82 games (-19.75 Units / -23% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only hit the Moneyline in 18 of their last 71 games (-16.55 Units / -22% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only hit the 4Q Game Total Over in 30 of their last 69 games (-14.15 Units / -18% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only hit the Team Total Under in 38 of their last 82 games (-12.80 Units / -14% ROI)
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    Orlando Magic: Keys to the Game vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers

    The Magic are 15-48 (.238) when scoring fewer second chance points than their opponent since the start of the 2020-21 season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .452

    The Magic are 8-35 (.186) when allowing fewer than 8 offense rebounds since the start of the 2020-21 season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .496

    The Magic were 5-19 (.208) when scoring fewer second chance points than their opponent last season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .458

    The Magic were 3-16 (.158) when allowing fewer than 8 offense rebounds last season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .512

    Cleveland Cavaliers: Keys to the Game vs. the Orlando Magic

    The Cavaliers were 5-23 (.179) when allowing 15 or more fastbreak points last season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .413

    The Cavaliers were 5-14 (.263) when allowing fewer than 8 offense rebounds last season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .512

    The Cavaliers were 5-13 (.278) when their opponent attempts 25 or more free throws last season — 5th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .450

    The Cavaliers were 9-18 (.333) when scoring fewer second chance points than their opponent last season — 5th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .458

    Injury Report: Cavaliers vs. MagicWednesday‘s Game, Oct. 26

  • Dylan Windler (Cavaliers): Windler is out for Wednesday’s (Oct. 26) game against Orlando.
  • Darius Garland (Cavaliers): Garland is out for Wednesday’s (Oct. 26) game against Orlando.
  • Ricky Rubio (Cavaliers): Rubio will miss the start of the season as he recovers from a left ACL tear.
  • Jonathan Isaac (Magic): Isaac has yet to play in the preseason as he recovers from knee and leg injuries.
  • Jalen Suggs (Magic): Suggs suffered a right ankle sprain and there’s no timetable for his return.
  • Gary Harris (Magic): Harris suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
  • Markelle Fultz (Magic): The Magic announced that Fultz suffered a fracture and no surgery is required.
  • Moritz Wagner (Magic): Wagner is out for Wednesday’s (Oct. 26) game against Cleveland.
  • Orlando Magic Offensive Stats & Trends

    The Magic shot 42% (1,355/3,241) in the first half last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 47%

    The Magic are shooting 43% (5,886/13,647) since the start of the 2020-21 season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 46%

    The Magic had an eFG% of 49% last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 54%

    The Magic shot 43% (2,754/6,423) last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 47%

    Cleveland Cavaliers Offensive Stats & Trends

    The Cavaliers averaged 102.5 points per game (7,379 points/72 games) in the 2020-21 season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 111.8

    The Cavaliers averaged 51.8 points per game (3,726 points/72 games) in the first half last season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 56.5

    The Cavaliers are shooting 33% from three (740/2,255) on the road since the start of the 2020-21 season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 36%

    The Cavaliers shot 33% from three (344/1,047) in the first half last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 37%

    Orlando Magic Defensive Stats & Trends

    The Magic have averaged 6.8 steals per game (554 steals/82 games) this season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.6

    The Magic averaged 4.4 blocks per game (318 blocks/72 games) last season — tied for 7th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 4.9

    The Magic have averaged 35.1 defensive rebounds per game (5,405 rebounds/154 games) since the start of the 2020-21 season — 5th best among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.1

    The Magic averaged 35.1 defensive rebounds per game (2,525 rebounds/72 games) last season — tied for 9th best among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.4

    Cleveland Cavaliers Defensive Stats & Trends

    The Cavaliers averaged 31.9 defensive rebounds per game (2,299 rebounds/72 games) last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.4

    The Cavaliers averaged 7.0 steals per game (567 steals/81 games) last season — tied for 6th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.6

    The Cavaliers averaged 4.1 blocks per game (330 blocks/81 games) last season — tied for 6th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 4.7

    The Cavaliers have averaged 32.6 defensive rebounds per game (4,995 rebounds/153 games) since the start of the 2020-21 season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.1


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