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Game Preview: Orlando Magic at Milwaukee Bucks

2014 February 18

 

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The Orlando Magic were defeated by the Memphis 86-81 just before the All-Star break Wednesday. The New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 102-98 on Wednesday.

These two teams met back on November 13. Arron Afflalo’s 36 points powered the Magic past the Bucks 94-91.

They met again on January 31 and the Magic defeated the Bucks 113-102.

The Magic are 16-38 and the Bucks are 9-43.

The Magic rank 26th in offensive rating (98.7), 17th in defensive rating (104.1) and play at the league’s 16th-fastest pace (96.02). The Bucks are second-to-last in offensive rating (96.5) second-to-last in defensive rating (106.6) and play at the league’s 25th-fastest pace (94.27).

Tip-off from the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is scheduled for 8:00 pm EST and will be shown locally on FS Florida.

As always, if you can’t watch the game, you can listen on the radio – in English on AM 580 WDBO and FM 96.5 and in Spanish on AM 1270 WRLZ.

The officials for tonight’s game are Mike Callahan, Marat Kogut and Kevin Scott.

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The Line: Orlando – 3.0 (194.5)

Starters:

Milwaukee Bucks

Zaza Pachulia
Ersan Ilyasova
Kris Middleton
Nate Wolters
Brandon Knight

Orlando Magic

Nikola Vucevic
Glen Davis
Tobias Harris
Arron Afflalo
Jameer Nelson

Sadly, Larry won't be giving any thumbs up for a while.

Sadly, Larry won’t be giving any thumbs up for a while.

  •  Larry Sanders is out with a broken left orbital bone.
  • Carlos Delfino is out for the season after foot surgery.
  • John Henson (sprained right ankle), Luke Ridnour (back spasms) and Ekpe Udoh (knee) are questionable.
  • O.J. Mayo (illness) and Caron Butler (high left ankle sprain) are out indefinitely.

Bucks Resources:

Behind The Buck Pass
Brew Hoop
Bucksketball
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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