The 76ers are set to take on the Magic at 7:00 ET at the Kia Center in Orlando. The Magic come in as 3-point favorites. If you’re interested in placing a wager, you can bet this game at BookMaker.

Will the 76ers Win in Orlando?

When playing on the road, the 76ers have a record of 8-5 compared to their 12-4 record at home. Over their last three games, the 76ers are 2-1 and have an overall record of 20-9.

In terms of the spread, Philadelphia currently holds an ATS record of 21-8, which is above .500. In their two most recent home games, Philadelphia has covered the spread and they are 12-4 ATS at home compared to 9-4 on the road.

The 76ers offense is coming off a game where they scored 113 points against the Heat. They posted a field goal percentage of 42.6% and connected on 17 threes. Joel Embiid is the current leading scorer for the team, with an average of 35 as they approach today’s matchup. In addition, Tyrese Maxey brings a PPG average of 25.9 into the game.

Coming into today’s game, the 76ers’ defense is giving up an average of 111.2 points per contest.

The 76ers defense is coming off a game in which they held the Heat offense to just 42.6% shooting. Overall, they gave up 119 points to Miami.

  • Nicolas Batum (Out) Hamstring
  • Joel Embiid (Out) Ankle

Can the Magic Deliver Being Favored at Home?

So far this season, the Magic have gone 18-11 and are above .500. In Eastern Conference games, they are 13-8 and are 5-3 in non-conference games.

The Magic have successfully covered the spread in their last three games and hold an overall ATS record of 20-9. The Magic have a two game ATS win streak as underdogs, and they hold a 9-2 record against the spread when they are the favorites.

The Magic offense is coming off a game in which they scored 127 points vs. the Wizards. Overall their field goal percentage was 52.7% while connecting on 12 threes. In terms of offense, the Magic have a season-long field goal percentage of 47%, putting them 12th in the NBA. Regarding three-pointers, they are ranked 27th in percentage and 29th in three-pointers made.

At this time, the Magic’s defense is positioned 5 in the NBA, permitting 110.7 points per game.

The Orlando defense has allowed opponents to shoot 36.8% from beyond the arc this season. Opposing teams are also hitting 47.1% of their field goal attempts vs. Orlando.

  • Gary Harris (Questionable) Calf
  • Joe Ingles (Questionable) Ankle
  • Markelle Fultz (Out) Knee
  • Jonathan Isaac (Questionable) Hamstring
  • Kevon Harris (Out) Coach’s Decision

76ers vs. Magic Pick

The 76ers come in as the underdog at +3, making them our top choice on the point spread. We not only expect them to cover the spread but also believe they have a strong chance of winning the game outright, especially if you’re aiming for a higher moneyline payout.

Pick: Take the 76ers at +3

The Total

As for the total, the line is currently sitting at 225 and our model has the 76ers and Magic finishing with a combined 218 points. Our pick is to take the under.

Pick: Go Under 225 points (-113)