Collects OPP's weekly Magic schedule posts for the 2012/13 NBA season
The Magic play two playoff teams in the season's final week.
Two home games are on tap for the Magic in the season's second-to-last week.
The Magic play all four games on the road this week, three of them against teams that will make the playoffs, as they finish a tough five-game road trip.
Two home games and two away games are on the schedule for the Magic this week, including a home game with the Miami Heat and their 26-game winning streak.
The Magic continue their four-game road trip this week, with Oklahoma City making their only visit to Orlando later in the week.
The long-awaited home game against Dwight Howard and the Los Angeles Lakers takes place on Tuesday, followed by two tough games on the road.
Two away games followed by two home games are on tap for the season's 19th week for Orlando.
Three home games and one away game are on tap for the Magic in the season's 18 week, including a three-game homestand.
With the All-Star Break complete, the Magic resume action with four games this week.
Orlando will be trying for its first two-game winning streak in nearly two months this week, as they host the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday evening.
Orlando's roadtrip ends Monday.
Orlando embarks on a five-game roadtrip up the East coast.
The Magic play the Pistons twice in their three-game week.
One roadtrip ends and a homestand begins for the Magic in their 12th week.
Orlando's schedule does not relent in the season's 11th week as it plays three games, all away from Amway Center.
Orlando is mired in a five-game losing streak and its schedule only gets more difficult, with three games against likely playoff teams in the coming week.
The Magic's post-Christmas schedule is reasonably light, with three games against likely lottery teams.
In the eighth week of the season, the 10-13 Magic play three of their four games at home.
Orlando returns from a successful 3-2 Western roadtrip with a light, three-game slate.
The Magic play four games in six days, including a Monday matchup against the upstart Warriors, as their roadtrip continues.
The Magic conclude their homestand and then embark on their first West Coast roadtrip of the season, which opens with a visit to Dwight Howard and his Lakers.
Orlando gets to enjoy some home cooking the week of Thanksgiving, but first has to handle the Hawks in Atlanta.
The Magic, coming off an 0-4 week, face New York, Detroit, and Toronto in the third week of the season.
After two home victories, the Magic embark on their first road trip of the 2012/13 season.
A new era of Magic basketball begins this week with games against Denver and Phoenix.