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Philadelphia 76ers vs Orlando Magic game time, TV schedule, and more

The Magic have a good chance to win consecutive games tonight, but things didn't go so well last time they faced an undermanned, bad team.

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The Orlando Magic are well aware of their inability to win two games in a row. Before Monday night's game versus the Sixers, Coach Frank Vogel even went so far as to quote Major League: "If we win today, it's called "Two in a Row." And if we win again tomorrow, it's called a "Winning Streak"...It's happened before!"

Against a Philly team sitting Jahlil Okafor, already missing Joel Embiid, and on the road, you'd think Orlando would stand a good chance, especially with Jodie Meeks returning to the lineup for the first time in over 20 games. Then again, the Sacramento Kings shouldn't have posed much threat, sitting four of their best players, and we all know how that one went.

Then again, you might have an entirely different perspective. After all, this may be one of the most important Tankathon games as we approach the end of the season.

The game is being played at the Amway Center at 7:00PM Eastern, which you can catch on Fox Sports Florida, or on the radio at AM 580 Orlando.

Use this thread to discuss your in-game thoughts and comments.

Projected Starters

Philadelphia 76ers Orlando Magic
T.J. McConnell Elfrid Payton
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot Terrence Ross
Robert Covington Evan Fournier
Dario Saric Aaron Gordon
Richaun Holmes Nikola Vucevic