The Orlando Magic has shown potential though they don’t have the overall talent that many clubs ahve.
Still, the Magic can be trusted by bettors to bring home profits in some situations moving forward.
For example, when playing fellow Eastern Conference foes, which make up a majority of their games, the Magic is a winning bet against the spread.
Also, when playing with just one day’s rest, the Magic are also a pretty good cover.
Who doesn’t love a home underdog? The Magic know how to perform in that sharp role, returning a profit more often than not.
Also, Orlando has shown a tendency to cover the next game out following a win.
For the most part, Orlando has been a good-to-decent covering team, but a couple of roles where they have trouble including when going up against Western Conference teams.
And also the Magic seem to fail when playing on exactly two or three days’ rest.
Orlando Magic games tend to drift toward the UNDER more often than not but in a couple of roles their games tend to the OVER.
When playing the second game of a back-to-back, Orlando’s games tend to go OVER.
Also, when coming off a loss, the Magic have gone OVER more frequently than not.
Most of the time, Orlando is considered an UNDER-trending teams.
In partciular, when Orlando is a road favorite, it has a very strong tendency to go UNDER.
Also, when the Magic are coming off a loss, they strongly go UNDER the time out, as well.
When playing on exactly one day’s rest, the Magic trend heavily to the UNDER
Also then playing Eastern Conference teams, Orlando is a pretty strong UNDER there, too.
You can bet legally on the Orlando Magic at sportsbooks in the United States in several states, including New Jersey, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Mississippi.
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