Tipoff between Orlando and San Antonio is set for 8:30 PM. Fox Sports Florida and ESPN 580 AM will offer live coverage in the Orlando market.
Orlando's last time out: The Magic dropped their ninth straight game, continuing their longest losing streak of the season, Monday against the Kevin Durant-less Oklahoma City Thunder, 104-97. Even without Durant, Russell Westbrook thrived, tallying 25 points, 11 boards, and 14 assists for his tenth career triple-double, and his second against Orlando. After missing one game due to a sore Achilles', Orlando guard Victor Oladipo didn't miss a beat, scoring a team-best 22 points on 7-of-14 shooting.
San Antonio's last time out: The Spurs' three-game winning streak ended in emphatic fashion Monday at home against the Los Angeles Clippers, 105-85, despite Kawhi Leonard's 24 points. Blake Griffin scored 31 with 13 boards to lead L.A., while DeAndre Jordan posted eight points and a game-high 19 rebounds. In 26 minutes, All-Star center Tim Duncan managed only four points and eight rebounds.
Last season: The Spurs had no trouble with Orlando en route to winning the 2014 NBA title, sweeping both games against the Magic by an average of 13.5 points per. On March 8th, Tony Parker led six Spurs in double-figures with 30 points, while Manu Ginóbili scored 24 off the bench in a 121-112 victory. Orlando held its own even without Oladipo, as Tobias Harris scored 23 in a reserve role and Nikola Vucevic added 19 points and 13 rebounds.
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