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Respond correctly in the comments to the questions posed in this post and earn bragging rights throughout the OPP community.

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As part of a new game-day feature, Orlando Pinstriped Post invites you to predict some outcomes from Tuesday's matchup between the Orlando Magic and the Detroit Pistons.

The winner of each week's prediction contest will receive a shout-out on OPP.

  1. How many points will the Magic score? A correct response to this question is worth one point. Correctly guessing the winner of the game, regardless of the score, is worth an additional point. Correctly guessing the final score for each team is worth a total of ten points.

  2. How many points will the Pistons score? A correct response to this question is worth one point. Correctly guessing the winner of the game, regardless of the score, is worth an additional point. Correctly guessing the final score for each team is worth a total of ten points.

  3. Which player will lead the game in scoring? Correctly guessing the player earns you one point; correctly guessing the player and the points scored earns you a total of two points.

  4. How many rebounds will Magic center Nikola Vučević tally? Correctly guessing the number of rebounds earns you one point.

  5. Which Orlando player will lead the team in blocked shots? A correct response is worth three points.

  6. Which player will have more field goals: J.J. Redick or Kyle Singler? A correct response is worth three points. If the players finish with the same number of field goals, everyone who responded will receive one point.

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