Oklahoma City Thunder vs Orlando Magic Odds, Lines, Picks & Predictions – NBA, Mar. 20

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BetMGM Betting @BETMGM Mar 20, 2022, 9:08 AM
  • The Magic (13-47) are -6.5 favorites vs. the Thunder (18-41)
  • Total (Over/Under): 226.5 points
  • Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 6:00pm EDT
  • Watch the game on BSFL & BSOK

The Oklahoma City Thunder visit Amway Center to take on the Orlando Magic on Sunday. Tipoff is scheduled for 6:00pm EDT in Orlando.

The Magic are betting favorites in this NBA matchup, with the spread sitting at -6.5 (-110).

So far this NBA season, the Thunder are 41-26 against the spread, while the Magic are 33-38 against the spread.

The Thunder vs Magic Over/Under is 226.5 total points for the game.


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Thunder vs. Magic Odds, Over/Under & Moneyline

SpreadOver / UnderMoneyline
Oklahoma City Thunder+6.5 -110O 226.5 -110200
Orlando Magic -6.5 -110U 226.5 -110-250

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

  • 41-26 against the Spread (+12.4 Units / 16.09% ROI)
  • 20-50 against the Moneyline (+1.5 Units / 2.12% ROI)
  • 35-35 against the Over for game total points (-3.5 Units / -4.55% ROI)
  • 35-35 against the Under for game total points (-3.5 Units / -4.55% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have covered the Moneyline in 11 of their last 31 away games (+18.35 Units / 59% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have covered the Spread in 41 of their last 67 games (+15.70 Units / 21% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have covered the 3Q Game Total Over in 22 of their last 31 games (+13.20 Units / 38% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have covered the 4Q Game Total Under in 12 of their last 14 away games (+9.81 Units / 64% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have covered the Game Total Over in 12 of their last 14 games (+9.80 Units / 64% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have only covered the 3Q Game Total Under in 8 of their last 31 games (-15.80 Units / -47% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have only covered the Game Total Under in 23 of their last 55 games (-12.20 Units / -20% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have only covered the 4Q Game Total Over in 14 of their last 37 games (-11.38 Units / -28% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have only covered the Team Total Over in 32 of their last 70 games (-10.69 Units / -13% ROI)
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder have only covered the 1H Spread in 33 of their last 70 games (-7.08 Units / -9% ROI)

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

  • 33-38 against the Spread (-8.75 Units / -11.21% ROI)
  • 18-53 against the Moneyline (-6.3 Units / -8.58% ROI)
  • 36-34 against the Over for game total points (-1.4 Units / -1.79% ROI)
  • 34-36 against the Under for game total points (-5.6 Units / -7.17% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have covered the 1Q Game Total Under in 19 of their last 31 games at home (+6.80 Units / 20% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have covered the 3Q Game Total Over in 34 of their last 59 games (+6.05 Units / 9% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have covered the Game Total Over in 14 of their last 23 games at home (+5.20 Units / 21% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only covered the 1H Moneyline in 19 of their last 71 games (-18.78 Units / -26% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only covered the 2Q Spread in 10 of their last 34 games at home (-16.14 Units / -44% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only covered the Team Total Under in 29 of their last 69 games (-14.94 Units / -19% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only covered the Moneyline in 14 of their last 56 games (-13.70 Units / -23% ROI)
  • The Orlando Magic have only covered the 3Q Game Total Under in 26 of their last 61 games (-12.31 Units / -19% ROI)

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Oklahoma City Thunder: Keys to the Game vs. the Orlando Magic

The Thunder were 4-17 (.190) when allowing 15 or more fastbreak points last season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .413

The Thunder are 8-18 (.308) when allowing 15 or more second chance points this season — 4th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .468

The Thunder are 4-23 (.148) when allowing 110 or more points this season — 5th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .274

The Thunder are 15-38 (.283) when allowing 15 or more second chance points since the start of the 2020-21 season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .458

Orlando Magic: Keys to the Game vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder

The Magic are 7-30 (.189) when they lose the turnover margin this season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .439

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

The Magic are 6-21 (.222) when grabbing fewer than 8 offense rebounds since the start of the 2020-21 season — 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .502

The Magic were 7-27 (.206) when they lose the turnover margin last season — 2nd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: .446

Injury Report: Magic vs. ThunderSunday‘s Game, Mar. 20

  • Jonathan Isaac (Magic): The Magic announced that Isaac will miss the rest of the season.
  • Bol Bol (Magic): Bol is having surgery on his foot and will be sidelined 8-12 weeks, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.
  • Jalen Suggs (Magic): Suggs is questionable for Sunday’s (Mar. 20) game against Oklahoma City.
  • Josh Giddey (Thunder): Thunder coach Mark Daigneault said it will be a few weeks before the team knows how serious is injury is.
  • Ty Jerome (Thunder): The Thunder announced that Jerome will miss the rest of the season.
  • Kenrich Williams (Thunder): Williams hasn’t played since Feb. 14 against New York. A timetable for his return has not been announced.
  • Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Thunder): Gilgeous-Alexander is questionable for Sunday’s (Mar. 20) game against Orlando.
  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (Thunder): The Thunder announced that Robinson-Earl will miss at least six weeks with a fracture in his foot.
  • Derrick Favors (Thunder): Favors hasn’t played since Feb. 24 against Phoenix. No timetable for his return has been announced.
  • Mike Muscala (Thunder): The Thunder announced that Muscala will miss the rest of the season.
  • Luguentz Dort (Thunder): Dort hasn’t played since Feb. 12 against Chicago. A timetable for his return has not been announced.

Oklahoma City Thunder Offensive Stats & Trends

The Thunder had an assist to turnover ratio of 1.4 (1,588 assists/ 1,108 TOs) last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 1.9

The Thunder are shooting 42% (1,634/3,916) this season — tied for lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 45%

The Thunder had an assist to turnover ratio of 1.3 (737 assists/ 570 TOs) in the second half last season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 1.8

The Thunder have averaged 1.13 points per shot (4,431 points/3,916 shots) this season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 1.23

Orlando Magic Offensive Stats & Trends

The Magic have averaged 48.4 points per game (2,226 points/46 games) in the first half this season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 54.4

The Magic have averaged 49.8 points per game (5,874 points/118 games) in the first half since the start of the 2020-21 season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 55.7

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

The Magic have averaged 1.08 points per shot (2,226 points/2,059 shots) in the first half this season — lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 1.22

Oklahoma City Thunder Defensive Stats & Trends

The Thunder have averaged 35.6 defensive rebounds per game (1,566 rebounds/44 games) this season — 5th best among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.3

The Thunder have averaged 35.6 defensive rebounds per game (4,134 rebounds/116 games) since the start of the 2020-21 season — 3rd best among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.3

The Thunder averaged 35.7 defensive rebounds per game (2,568 rebounds/72 games) last season — tied for 3rd best among NBA teams; League Avg: 34.4

The Thunder have averaged 6.8 steals per game (396 steals/58 games) at home since the start of the 2020-21 season — tied for 4th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.6

Orlando Magic Defensive Stats & Trends

The Magic averaged 6.9 steals per game (496 steals/72 games) last season — tied for 5th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.5

The Magic have averaged 6.8 steals per game (314 steals/46 games) this season — tied for 3rd lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.6

The Magic have averaged 6.8 steals per game (438 steals/64 games) on the road since the start of the 2020-21 season — 4th lowest among NBA teams; League Avg: 7.6


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