Get all the NBA tickets at TickPick, where smart fans buy tickets. Will LeBron James be able to replicate his amazing 32 points/13 assist performance in last night’s win against the Minnesota Timberwolves?
The Lakers are coming off a 142-125 home win over the T-wolves. Anthony Davis had monstrous game with 50 points (20-of-29 shooting), 6 assists and 7 rebounds. The Magic will try to move on from a 101-110 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, a game in which Terrence Ross had 23 points (8-of-14 FG) and Evan Fournier scored 26 (7-of-17 FG).
This will be the first meeting between the two team this season. The Magic will attempt to regain their momentum with 4 wins out of their last 5 games. LA will attempt to keep things rolling, having won 4 out of their last 5. Both teams are expected to be mostly healthy.
The Lakers have a large shooting advantage over the Magic; they rank 25 spots higher in the league for field goals made.
The Magic will be playing their second game in two nights. The Magic will go on a 4 game road trip after 1 home games.