Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Odds, Prediction, Pick, for 5/3/24

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Odds, Prediction, Pick, for 5/3/24

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting odds and wagering prediction for this game set for May 3, 2024. Place a bet on this NBA basketball game now.

The Cavaliers and Magic will play Game 6 of their first-round Eastern Conference clash at 7:00 PM ET at the Kia Center in Orlando. ESPN is airing the game, and the Magic are four points ahead. The over/under is 199 points, with the Magic at -174 on the money line. The Cavaliers are at +144 and lead the series 3-2. If the Cavs win, they will move to the second round.

After the Cavaliers led 33-23 in the first quarter, the Magic responded by outscoring Cleveland 24-15 in the second. The Cavs had a 75-70 lead entering the fourth quarter. The Cavaliers were 4.5 point favorites and won 104-103. The over/under line was 202.5 points, while the teams combined for 207 points.

Donovan Mitchell led the Cavaliers with 28 points, while Darius Garland scored 23. Mitchell shot only 39.1% from the field. Paolo Banchero had a strong day for the Magic, scoring 39 points and grabbing eight rebounds. Banchero also scored four threes. The Magic made only nine threes as a team, shooting 29% from beyond the arc.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Odds

Here are the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting odds:

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS +4 +150 Over 199.5
ORLANDO MAGIC -4 -170 Under 199.5

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Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Prediction

Find out who likes to win and cover the spread in this Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction.

  • The Cavaliers head to Orlando hoping to win.
  • So far, the Cavaliers have averaged 112.6 points per game.
  • The Cavaliers defeated the Magic 104-103.
  • The Magic are now 47-35.
  • Orlando’s effective field goal percentage is 54% (15th).
  • The Magic are aiming to rebound from their loss to the Cavaliers.

Cleveland Cavaliers Betting Prediction

Here is the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction for Cleveland.

The Cavaliers won their most recent game against the Magic, 104-103. This increased their total record to 48-34, placing them fourth in the Eastern Conference and second in the Central Division.

As the underdog, the Cavaliers are 11-20 this season. Their ATS record as an underdog is 14-16, and they have lost three consecutive games against the spread. Their road record is 19-22 ATS.

This season, the Cavaliers have been underdogs in 31 of 82 games. Their over/under record this season is 43-43-1, and their games have averaged 221.2 points per game, compared to the current line of 199.

The Cavaliers have a 40-45 ATS record this season, and they are 14-16 against the spread as underdogs. Their road ATS record is 19-22.

The average over/under in Cavaliers games this season is 221.5, with an average of 221.2 points per game. The O/U line for today is 199.

Donovan Mitchell is averaging 26.6 points per game this season, which is the fifth best in the NBA. Over his last five games, he has shot 41.7% from the field and averaged 22.4 points. He averages 3.3 three-pointers a game this season. Darius Garland averages 18 points per game this season and 14.2 points per game over his past five games.

This season, the Cavaliers average 112.6 points per game, ranking 23rd in the league. They have been a little better scoring squad on the road, averaging 109.6 points per game. Cleveland has the league’s 13th best field goal percentage (47%). They average 97 possessions per game, ranking 21st in the league.

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ defense has been one of the finest in the league this season. They are seventh in the NBA in terms of points allowed per game, with 109.7. Over the previous five games, they have improved even more, placing fifth in the league with 101 points per game allowed.

The Cavaliers have been particularly strong at guarding inside the arc. With a 52.5% two-point shooting percentage, they are fourth in the NBA. Overall, rival teams are shooting only 46.4% from the field against Cleveland.

The Cavaliers have done a good job guarding the three-point line. On the season, they rank tenth in three-point shooting percentage allowed with 36.7%. Over the last five games, that percentage has plummeted to 31.5%.

Cavaliers Key Players to Watch

  • Donovan Mitchell averages 26.6 points per game and adds 5.1 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game.
  • Jarrett Allen has averaged 16.5 points, 2.7 assists, and 10.5 rebounds per game this season.
  • Mitchell averages 3.3 threes per game.
  • Mitchell (1.8 thefts per game) and Allen (1.1 blocks per game) improve the Cavaliers’ defensive performance.

Orlando Magic Betting Prediction

Here is the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction for Orlando.

The Magic are 4-point favorites over the Cavaliers today. Orlando is the favorite this season, with a scoring differential of +9.5 points per game.

Orlando’s ATS record as a favorite is 28-12 at home and 31-9 overall. As the favorite, they have covered the spread in three consecutive games and have an overall ATS record of 54-33.

The Magic dropped their most recent game versus the Cavaliers, 104-103. Orlando was a 4.5-point underdog in the contest. The over/under for that game was 202.5.

This season, the Magic had an O/U record of 40-47, with an average score of 217.5 points per game. Today’s over/under is 199, which is lower than the season average of 220.2.

Orlando is currently in fifth place in the Eastern Conference, with a 47-35 record. They currently hold first place in the Southeast Division.

The Magic’s average home scoring differential is +8.6 points per game. Their home record this season is 31-12. They have a 30-13 home record and a 24-20 road record.

The Magic have won six consecutive home games and are 30-13 ATS this season. Overall, their ATS record is 54-33.

Orlando enters the game with the 25th-ranked scoring offense, averaging 110.5 points per game. Their home production is slightly higher, with 112.8 points per contest. The Magic are 26th in the NBA in terms of pace, with an average of 96.6 possessions. Despite ranking bottom in the league in three-pointers made per game, the Magic are 14th in field goal percentage and sixth in free throw attempts.

Over his previous five games, Paolo Banchero has averaged 24.8 points per game while shooting 48.5% from the field. In these games, he averaged 2.2 three-pointers. Looking at his season-long three-point shooting statistics, he averages 1.5 threes per game and has a three-point shooting percentage of 33.9%. Franz Wagner has averaged 20 points and 7.4 rebounds in the Magic’s previous five games, shooting 47.2% from the field.

The Orlando Magic have been one of the NBA’s finest defensive teams this season. They now rank second in the league in terms of points allowed per game, at 107.6. At home, they have performed even better, allowing only 104.1 points per game, ranking second in the NBA. Over the previous five games, they’ve been even more stingy, allowing only 93.8 points per game, ranking third in the league.

Their ability to defend the three-point line has been a key factor in their defensive success. On the season, they are fourth in the NBA in three-point shooting percentage allowed, with 35.2%. They have performed even better in their last five games, allowing opponents to shoot only 27.9% from beyond the arc.

Magic Key Players to Watch

  • Paolo Banchero averages 22.6 points and 6.9 rebounds per game, with 5.4 assists.
  • Jalen Suggs leads the Magic in three-point shooting, with 2.0 shots per game from outside the arc.
  • Suggs averages 1.4 steals per game, and Goga Bitadze blocks 1.2 shots each game.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Trends

Here are the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting trends:

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Trends, Records Against the Spread

  • This season, the Magic are 22-7 against the spread when they are 4 points or more ahead.
  • This season, the Cavaliers are 13-8 against the spread when they are a 4-point or greater underdog.
  • These two clubs average 223.1 points per game combined, which is 24.1 more than the total of 199.
  • The opponents of the two teams average 19.6 more points per game, 218.6, than the over/under for this matchup of 199.
  • This season, the Magic’s average point total has been 218.9, which is 19.9 points greater than the score in this game.
  • Cleveland’s average total this season is 23.9 points higher than the 199 points scored in this game.
  • So far this season, Orlando has gone 51-31-0 against the spread.
  • This season, the Cavaliers have an ATS record of 38-42-2.

Orlando Magic Betting Trends

  • The Magic’s +166 scoring differential (2.1 points per game) comes from scoring 110.5 points per game (24th in the NBA) and allowing 108.4 per game (third in the league).
  • The Magic average 42.3 rebounds per game (25th in the NBA), while giving up 39.9 per game to their opponents. They outrebound their opponents by 2.4 boards per game.
  • Orlando shoots 11.0 three-pointers a game (29th in the league) at a 35.2% rate (23rd in the NBA), compared to 11.5 by its opponents who shoot 35.8% from deep.
  • The Magic score 114.4 points per 100 possessions (22nd in the league) and allow 112.3 points per 100 possessions (second in the NBA).
  • The Magic have performed better offensively at home, scoring 112.6 points per game, than on the road, when they average 108.3. Defensively, they are significantly superior at home, surrendering 105.0 points per game, than on the road, when they allow 111.9 points per game.

Cavaliers Betting Trends

  • The Cavaliers are outscoring opponents by 2.4 points per game and have a +198 scoring difference overall. They average 112.6 points per game (20th in the NBA) and allow 110.2 per game (7th in the league).
  • Cleveland’s 43.3 rebounds per game rank 16th in the NBA. Their opponents pull in 42.7.
  • The Cavaliers make 13.5 three-pointers a game (sixth in the league) at a 36.7% rate (15th in the NBA), compared to their opponents’ 12.5 attempts, shooting 37.1% from beyond the arc.
  • The Cavaliers average 116.2 points per 100 possessions (18th in the league) and allow 113.7 points per 100 possessions (sixth in the NBA).
  • Cleveland averages 114.5 points per game at home, compared to 110.8 on the road.


  • Orlando has won 30 out of 38 games this season, or 78.9%.
  • This year, Orlando has won 24 of 28 games when the moneyline was at least -172 or greater.
  • The moneyline for this encounter indicates that Orlando has a 63.2% chance of winning.
  • Cleveland has an 11-18 record as an underdog on the moneyline (37.9% win rate).
  • Cleveland’s record as a moneyline underdog with odds of +144 or higher is 9-11 (45%).
  • Cleveland has a 41% implied moneyline win probability in this contest.

Against the Spread

  • The Magic average 110.5 points per game, just 0.3 more than the Cavaliers, who allow 110.2.
  • Orlando is 38-8 against the spread and 36-10 overall when they score more than 110.2 points.
  • Cleveland has a 35-21-1 ATS record and a 41-16 overall record in games where they score more than 108.4 points.
  • Orlando has a 40-12 ATS record and a 39-13 overall record when its opponents score less than 112.6 points.
  • The Magic are the league’s 24th-ranked scoring team (110.5 PPG), while the Cavaliers allow the seventh most points per game (110.2).
  • Cleveland is now the NBA’s 20th-highest scoring club (112.6 PPG), while Orlando is third in terms of points allowed per game (108.4).
  • This season, the Magic have outscored their opponents by 166 points (2.1 points per game on average), while the Cavaliers have scored 198 more points than their opponents (2.4 per game).


  • This season, 71 of the Magic’s 82 games have exceeded Friday’s over/under of 200 points.
  • This season, 78 of the Cavaliers’ games have finished with a score exceeding 200 points.
  • The total for this game is 200, which is 23.1 points less than the combined points per game averages for Orlando (110.5) and Cleveland (112.6).
  • These two teams allow a collective 218.6 points per game, which is 18.6 points higher than the over/under for this matchup.
  • This season, the Magic’s average over/under has been 218.9 points, which is 18.9 points higher than the over/under in this contest.
  • The average total points bet in Cavaliers games (222.9 points) differs by 22.9 points from the game’s over/under (200 points).

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting: Last 10 Games

  • The Magic have gone 4-6 in their previous ten games, including a 5-5 record against the spread.
  • In their last ten games, the Magic have gone over five times.
  • In its last ten games, Orlando and its opponents have scored an average of 208.8 points, which is 8.8 higher than the 200 over/under in this clash.
  • In their last ten games, the Magic’s points per game average is 5.6 points lower than their season-long average.
  • The Cavaliers have gone 5-5 in their previous ten games, including a 4-6 record against the spread.
  • In their last ten games, the Cavaliers have gone over the total five times.
  • Over the last ten games, Cleveland and its opponents have averaged 211.8 combined points, which is 11.8 higher than the 200 over/under in this clash.
  • The Cavaliers’ per-game scoring average over the last ten games is 103.3 points, which is 9.3 points lower than their season average.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Pick

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