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Cleveland Cavaliers Aim To Secure Series Victory Over The Orlando Magic


The Cleveland Cavaliers are aiming to secure the series against the Orlando Magic as they head into game six of the Eastern Conference first round. Their previous encounter saw the Cavaliers narrowly defeating the Magic 104-103, with Donovan Mitchell leading the charge for Cleveland with 28 points, while Paolo Banchero spearheaded the Magic’s efforts with an impressive 39 points.

Having maintained a record of 32-20 in Eastern Conference matchups, the Orlando Magic currently hold the eighth spot in the NBA standings for points in the paint, averaging 51.8 points, with Franz Wagner leading the charge with an average of 11.6.

Meanwhile, the Cavaliers boast a solid 31-21 record against Eastern Conference rivals, scoring an average of 112.6 points per game and maintaining a margin of 2.4 points per game over their opponents.

In terms of three-point shooting, the Magic make an average of 11.0 shots per game, slightly below the Cavaliers’ defensive allowance of 12.5. Conversely, the Cavaliers excel in this aspect, averaging 13.5 made three-pointers per game, surpassing the Magic’s defensive average of 11.5.

Key players for the Magic include Paolo Banchero, averaging 22.6 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 5.4 assists, and Franz Wagner, contributing 16.5 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 3.2 assists over the past 10 games. On the Cavaliers’ side, Jarrett Allen impresses with averages of 16.5 points and 10.5 rebounds, while Darius Garland has been consistent, averaging 2.6 made three-pointers over the last 10 games.

In their respective recent outings, the Magic have maintained a record of 4-6, averaging 104.9 points per game, while the Cavaliers have gone 5-5, averaging 103.3 points. Both teams have faced challenges defensively, with their opponents averaging over 100 points per game.

Injury-wise, the Magic are dealing with Gary Harris’s day-to-day absence due to a hamstring injury, while the Cavaliers are managing injuries to Ty Jerome (ankle), Dean Wade (knee), Craig Porter Jr. (ankle), and Jarrett Allen (rib), with Allen listed as day-to-day.

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