How to watch Pistons vs. Magic: NBA live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds
through 3 quarters
There’s only one more quarter left between the Detroit Pistons and the victory they were meant to get before tonight. They became the favorites and beat the Orlando Magic 82-73.
Detroit was led by small forward Jerami Grant, who so far has 22 points and five assists and six rebounds. Grant is set to surpass his season high of 24.
Small forward Franz Wagner has led the way so far for Orlando, with 19 points.
This is the first time the Pistons have been ahead in the fourth quarter in the last five games.
Orlando @ Detroit
Current records: Orlando 1-5; Detroit 0-4
What there is to know
The Orlando Magic could have tired legs after a clash yesterday as they head down the road against the Detroit Pistons at 7 p.m. ET on October 30 at Little Caesars Arena. Since both of these teams suffered a loss in their last game, they both have a bit of extra motivation going into this game.
Orlando was just a bucket away from victory on Friday and lost 110-109 to the Toronto Raptors. One thing that held back the Magic was poor play from little forward Franz Wagner, who didn’t have his best game: he finished with ten points on a 4-for-12 shot during his 33 minutes on the pitch.
Meanwhile, Detroit fell to the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday, losing 110-102. Shooting goaltender Saddiq Bey (19 points) was Detroit’s top scorer.
Orlando is expected to lose this next by 6. Those who were lucky with them ATS on Friday may want to suspend their bets this time around as the team have yet to streak back-to-back ATS wins.
The losses put Orlando at 1-5 and the Pistons at 0-4. A pair of offensive numbers to keep in mind before kick-off: The Magic enter the competition with the fifth fewest points per game in the league, accumulating just 102.2 points on average. The Detroits have had an even tougher time: They are the worst in the league in points per game, averaging just 94. It’s possible that one of those Achilles heels will end up tripping the losing team.
How to watch
- When: Saturday at 7 p.m. ET
- Or: Little Caesars Arena – Detroit, Michigan
- TV: Bally Sports Detroit Plus
- Online broadcast: fuboTV (Try free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- To follow: CBS Sports app
- Cost of the ticket: $ 18.00
The Pistons are a solid 6-point favorite against the Magic, according to the latest NBA odds.
The punters had a good idea of â€‹â€‹the line for this one, as the game opened with the Pistons as 5.5-point favorites.
Over / Under: -110
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History of the series
Detroit has won ten of its last 19 games against Orlando.
- May 03, 2021 – Orlando 119 vs. Detroit 112
- February 23, 2021 – Detroit 105 vs. Orlando 93
- February 21, 2021 – Orlando 105 vs. Detroit 96
- February 12, 2020 – Orlando 116 vs. Detroit 112
- November 25, 2019 – Detroit 103 vs. Orlando 88
- March 28, 2019 – Detroit 115 vs. Orlando 98
- January 16, 2019 – Detroit 120 vs. Orlando 115
- December 30, 2018 – Orlando 109 v Detroit 107
- November 07, 2018 – Detroit 103 vs. Orlando 96
- March 02, 2018 – Orlando 115 vs. Detroit 106
- December 28, 2017 – Orlando 102 vs. Detroit 89
- December 17, 2017 – Detroit 114 vs. Orlando 110
- April 12, 2017 – Orlando 113 vs. Detroit 109
- March 24, 2017 – Orlando 115 vs. Detroit 87
- December 04, 2016 – Orlando 98 vs. Detroit 92
- October 28, 2016 – Detroit 108 vs. Orlando 82
- April 06, 2016 – Detroit 108 vs. Orlando 104
- March 23, 2016 – Detroit 118 vs. Orlando 102
- January 04, 2016 – Detroit 115 vs. Orlando 89
Detroit injury report
- Isaiah Lives: Out (foot)
- Chris Smith: out (knee)
Orlando injury report
- E’Twaun Moore: out (knee)
- Michael Carter-Williams: Out (ankle)
- Jonathan Isaac: out (knee)
- Markelle Fultz: Out (knee)