Orlando Magic Odds

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Since joining the NBA in 1989 as an expansion franchise, the Orlando Magic have repeatedly seen their fortunes rise and fall. A couple of NBA Finals appearances led by Shaquille O’Neal and Dwight Howard, respectively, have been the only true flashes of greatness.

The Magic have seemingly been stuck in rebuilding mode for a long time, but having new access to legal online sports betting on the Magic in Florida will undoubtedly boost the excitement for NBA games this season.

Here’s how you can jump in on the Magic betting action, including tonight’s live Magic odds from Florida online sportsbooks, the Magic’s NBA Finals odds, player and team props and more.

Tonight’s Magic odds: spread, finals, props

See below for tonight’s best Magic game odds, NBA Finals futures and player props from Florida online sportsbooks. Click on any odds below to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your new player bonus and start placing your bets on the Magic.

Tonight’s Magic spread

Magic NBA finals odds

Jalen Suggs prop, ROY odds

NBA bets for Magic games

Magic moneyline

A moneyline bet is a simple one: who will win the game, regardless of the score. Here’s an example of moneyline betting odds you might find at the HardRock Sportsbook in FL for a game between the Magic and the Pistons:

  • Detroit Pistons +110
  • Orlando Magic -125

The team that the oddsmakers designate as the favorite is indicated with a minus sign (-) while the underdog is noted by a plus sign (+). Here, the Magic are the favorites.

The number (125) beside their minus sign means that in order to win $100 betting on the favored Magic, you would have to put $125 on the line. The underdog Pistons are listed at +110. That means you would win $110 if you bet $100 on the Pistons and they win the game.

You can find tonight’s Magic moneyline from Florida online sportsbooks by checking out our odds feed above.

Magic point spread

The point spread is a bet on a game’s margin of victory. For example, this is a spread you might see at PointsBet or BetMGM sportsbook when the Magic take on the Cavs:

  • Cleveland Cavaliers +7.5 (-110)
  • Orlando Magic -7.5 (+110)

As is the custom, the favorite is listed with a minus sign (-) and the underdog by a plus sign (+). The numbers in brackets are the odds you use to calculate how much you’d win based on your bet.

Here, the Magic are listed as 7.5-point favorites over the Cavs. The half of a point (0.5) is often used by oddsmakers to prevent ties (a.k.a. pushes).

If you bet on the Magic, they would need to win by eight points or more to cover the spread. If you bet against the Magic and bet on the underdog Cavs, Cleveland would need to lose by seven points or fewer, or win the game, for you to win your bet.

You can use our handy odds feed above to see tonight’s Magic point spread.

Magic totals bets

A totals bet (or over/under) is on whether the number of points scored by both teams combined will be over or under the amount listed by the oddsmakers. In a game where the Magic are taking on the Raptors, you might see this as the NBA totals line presented at FanDuel Sportsbook:

  • Over 205 (-110)
  • Under 205 (-110)

As with the point spread, the number shown in brackets (-110) is the odds used to calculate your winnings based on your initial bet.

To win an over bet, you would need the Magic and the Raps to combine for a total above the listed 205. In this example, that could mean the Magic edging out the Raps 104-103 for a total of 207.

To win an under bet, you would need the two teams to have a low-scoring affair and fall short of 205 points combined. For tonight’s totals line, click on our feed above to check out the best odds available from Florida online sportsbooks.

Magic props & futures

One of the ways to add intrigue and excitement to your sports betting experience is to bet on Magic props and futures. Prop bets, a.k.a. propositional bets, are bets you can make on specific players and events that take place during a game.

Some examples of Magic prop bets you can make through a Florida sportsbook are:

  • Who will lead the Magic in scoring for the fourth quarter?
  • Will Wendell Carter Jr. grab more than six rebounds in the game?
  • Will Terrence Ross put up more than 10 points in the first half?
  • Which team will have amassed the most fouls by the end of the second quarter, the Magic or their opponent?

Futures wagers are placed on events beyond tonight’s game. Some examples of Magic futures odds include betting on whether or not the Magic can make their way into the playoffs, win their conference or betting on the Magic winning the NBA Finals.

Magic live betting odds

With live betting, you can gamble on a Magic game in real time. Also known as in-game wagering, live betting is extremely fast paced and dynamic, with odds shifting according to what’s happening on the court. In a Magic game, for example, you might see the Magic betting odds update after every basket made or missed.

There are a variety of live betting options available to explore. You can make bets similar to the ones that are available pre-game, including moneylines, point spreads and totals. Or you can make partial game wagers, such as betting on the Magic to “win” a specific quarter of play or to be ahead at a certain point in the game by a certain number of points.

You can also check out in-game prop bets, which are usually based on the achievement of a specific statistic or milestone during the event, like whether Markelle Fultz can notch more than three assists by halftime.

How to sign up for a new betting account in Florida

To get started at a legal online sportsbook in Florida, you’ll need to set up an account. Follow these steps to get yourself signed up and place your first bet on the Magic.

  1. Find the best sportsbook: Shop around to find the sportsbook that suits your needs. Check the link above for full reviews of all legal Florida online sportsbooks.
  2. Register for an account: Once you’ve decided on the Florida sportsbook (or sportsbooks) to use, you can set up an account. Start by clicking any link on this page and downloading the app or signing up on the sportsbook to start. For security purposes, you will be asked for some personal information for legal verification, including your name, phone number, email and date of birth. You may also be asked to provide documentation such as a government-issued photo ID.
  3. Claim any free bets and bonuses: Florida sportsbook bonuses & promotions will be a boon to new users. Don’t forget to enter your FL sportsbook promo code when prompted to redeem your offer.
  4. Make your first deposit: Before you can place your first bet, you must put some money into your sportsbook account. Most online sportsbooks accept a wide variety of deposit methods, including credit and debit cards. Choose the most convenient deposit method for you to fund your account.
  5. Place your bets: Check out all the available Magic betting markets (pregame and live) and click on a bet that you want to place. You can stick to one bet or add more. Just remember to play within your limits and have fun.

Betting on the Orlando Magic via apps

Using a legal online sports betting app is a safe, secure and convenient way to bet on the Orlando Magic. Download an app onto your iPhone, iPad or Android (Samsung, etc) phone and you’ve got a portable sportsbook at your fingertips.

Sportsbook apps allow you to compare betting odds, track line movement and place bets from anywhere and at any time within the state. To make your bet using a sportsbook app, look up the Magic game and find the betting option you like. Tap to add it to your betting slip.

Once it’s on the slip, you enter the amount you would like to wager and tap to confirm it. In-game betting options will also be plentiful as the game plays out, from betting on who will win each quarter to who will score the next basket.

Essential tips for NBA betting

When betting on an NBA game, don’t forget to take a look at the two teams’ head-to-head record. While it’s true that any team can win on any given day, some teams just don’t line up against each other that evenly.

A lopsided head-to-head record can support your decision to back the favorite or find in-game props that will have a better payout than a moneyline. For more tips, visit our How to Bet on the NBA page.

Orlando Magic home games

The Amway Center has been the Magic’s home arena since 2010. This state-of-the art facility was built to replace the Amway Arena, which was closed in 2010 and demolished in 2012. The old Amway Arena has been previously known as the TD Waterhouse Centre (1999-2006) and the Orlando Arena or “O-rena” (1989-1999).

  • Name: Amway Center
  • Address: 400 West Church Street, Orlando, FL 32801
  • Owner: City of Orlando
  • Capacity: 18,500 for NBA basketball
  • Groundbreaking: July 25, 2008
  • Opening date: October 1, 2010
  • Construction cost: $380 million
  • Also home to: Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL), an affiliate of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, and the Orlando Predators of the National Arena League (NAL)

Will the Magic have an in-arena sportsbook?

As legal sports betting comes to Florida, there’s a possibility the Magic could add an in-house sportsbook to Amway Center in the not-too-distant future.

Magic/gambling partnerships

With more states moving to make online sports betting legal, the NBA has been steadily building partnerships with authorized sports betting operators. And as online sports betting comes to Florida, you’ll have access to a number of NBA-sanctioned sportsbooks where you can bet on the Magic. Sportsbooks currently partnering with the league include BetMGM, FanDuel, DraftKings, TheScore, Unibet, Barstool and WynnBET.

Magic play-by-play, radio and TV broadcasts

Bally Sports Florida (formerly Fox Sports Florida) is the TV broadcaster of Orlando Magic games. David Steele handles the television play-by-play, calling the games alongside color analyst Jeff Turner.

Magic games are broadcast on the Magic Radio Network, with radio affiliates across the state of Florida. 96.9 FM The Game is the flagship station in Orlando, with select games airing on 104.5 FM The Beat. You can also listen on 740 AM or stream on the iHeart Radio App.

Who is the Magic Head Coach?

On July 11, 2021, Jamahl Mosley was named the 15th head coach of the Orlando Magic, taking over from Steve Clifford. Prior to joining the Magic, Mosley was an assistant coach with the Dallas Mavericks for seven seasons (2014-21). The Mavs reached the NBA Playoffs four times while Mosley was on their coaching staff.

Mosley has yet to name the members of his assistant coaching staff, so stay tuned for an official announcement from the Magic.

Orlando Magic Harper’s Index 

Get to know a bit more about the Magic with these franchise facts and figures.

  • 0. The Magic have yet to win their first-ever NBA Championship.
  • 2. The Magic have come close to lifting the Larry O’Brien Trophy a couple of times, however, advancing to the Finals in 1995 and 2009.
  • June 27, 1989. The Magic selected their first-ever draft pick in franchise history, choosing Nick Anderson with the 11th pick in the first round.
  • 30. Playing against the Denver Nuggets on Dec 30, 1990, Scott Skiles racked up 30 assists in the game. It stands as the most assists made by a single player in an NBA game to date.
  • 62. Tracy McGrady set the Magic’s single-game scoring record when he unleashed a 62-point effort against the Washington Wizards on March 10, 2004.
  • 270,181,975. The number of pounds of concrete used in the construction of Amway Center.
  • 6. The number six is the only jersey number to date retired by the Magic, but it’s not for a specific player. Rather it’s in honor of Orlando fans, who are known as the team’s “Sixth Man.”
  • $1.46 billion. Forbes’ listed valuation of the Magic franchise, as of February 2021.
  • 1989. The Magic made their NBA league debut in an exhibition game on October 13, 1989, against the then-reigning champion Detroit Pistons. The Magic won 118-109.
  • May 17, 1992. The Magic made the franchise-changing selection of Shaquille O’Neal as the number one draft pick in the 1992 draft.

What is the Magic logo & mascot?

The Magic logo, which features their team name with a shooting star-like basketball underneath, pays homage to the local inspiration behind their name: Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. The logo is rendered in the team’s colors of blue, black and silver.

Stuff the Magic Dragon has been the Magic’s mascot since the team made its NBA debut in 1989. Named after an alternate term for dunking the ball, which is one of his signature skills, this dragon has bright green fur, a blue unibrow and a shock of pink hair. Stuff had the distinction of being named NBA Mascot of the Year in both 2016 and 2017.

Who owns the Magic?

The DeVos family are the current owners of the Magic. They purchased the franchise in 1991 for $85 million. Family patriarch Rick DeVos was the co-founder of Amway, hence the name of the Magic’s arena.

The Magic were previously owned by an investment group led by sports executive Pat Williams, who brought the NBA franchise to Orlando in 1988.

How much are Magic tickets?

While tickets can be had for as low as $15, the average single ticket price for a Magic home game is $55.

Where to watch or stream Magic games online

Magic games can be streamed by subscribers to Bally Sports Florida, TNT, ESPN and NBA TV. If the Magic make it into the NBA Finals, you could also stream games from ABC. By downloading Florida sportsbook apps onto your mobile device, you can bet directly from the sportsbook app while watching a Magic game from anywhere within Florida.