Cavaliers vs Magic Betting odds and wagering prediction for this game set for May 3, 2024. Place a bet on this NBA basketball game now.

At 7:00 PM ET, the Cavaliers and Magic will square off in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference first-round series at the Kia Center in Orlando. The Magic lead by four points as ESPN broadcasts the game. There is a 199 point over/under, with the Magic at -174 on the money line. Leading the series 3-2, the Cavaliers are at +144. Should the Cavs prevail, they will advance to the second round.

The Magic outscored Cleveland 24-15 in the second quarter after the Cavaliers led 33-23 after the first. Cavs led 75-70 going into the fourth quarter. 4.5 point favorites, the Cavaliers prevailed 104-103. The teams scored 207 points in all, while the over/under was 202.5 points.

At 28 points, Donovan Mitchell led the Cavaliers; Darius Garland added 23. Mitchell made just 39.1% of his field goals. For the Magic, Paolo Banchero had a great day, scoring 39 points and pulling down eight rebounds. And Banchero scored four threes. Only nine threes were made by the Magic overall, and they shot 29% from beyond the arc.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Odds

Here are the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting odds:

CLEVELAND CAVALIERS +4 +150 Over 199.5
ORLANDO MAGIC -4 -170 Under 199.5

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Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Prediction

Discover in our Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction who prefers to win and cover the spread.

  • Win-hoping Cavaliers travel to Orlando.
  • With 112.6 points per game thus far, the Cavaliers have averaged.
  • Cavaliers 104, Magic 103.
  • The Magic are now 47–35.
  • Orlando ranks fifteenth in effective field goal percentage at 54%.
  • Following their loss to the Cavaliers, the Magic want to bounce back.

Cleveland Cavaliers Betting Prediction

Here is the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction for Cleveland.

Most recently, the Cavaliers defeated the Magic 104-103. Their overall record now at 48-34, enough for second in the Central Division and fourth in the Eastern Conference.

This season, as the underdog, the Cavaliers are 11–20. Their ATS record as an underdog is 14-16, and they have dropped three straight games against the spread. Their overall road record is 19-22.

Thirteen out of the eighty-two games this season have seen the Cavaliers as underdogs. Their games have averaged 221.2 points, compared to the current line of 199, and their over/under record this season is 43-43-1.

This season the Cavaliers are 14-16 against the spread as underdogs and have an ATS record of 40-45. ATS on the road is 19-22.

This season, Cavaliers games have averaged 221.5 points and an over/under of 221.5. There is a 199 O/U line today.

Currently ranking fifth in the NBA, Donovan Mitchell is scoring 26.6 points per game. He averaged 22.4 points and shot 41.7% from the floor in his last five games. This season he has averaged 3.3 three-pointers per game. This season, Darius Garland averages 18 points per game; in his last five games, he has averaged 14.2 points.

The Cavaliers are placing 23rd in the league with an average of 112.6 points per game this season. At 109.6 points per game, they have been a somewhat better scoring team away from home. Field goal percentage-wise, Cleveland ranks 13th in the league (47%). At 97 possessions a game, they are 21st in the league.

Among the best defenses in the NBA this season has been that of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Their 109.7 points allowed per game rank them ninth in the NBA. They have got even better during the last five games, ranking seventh in the league with 101 points allowed per game.

Specially adept in defending inside the arc have been the Cavaliers. They are fourth in the NBA in two-point shooting percentage at 52.5%. Rivals are just shooting 46.4% from the field overall against Cleveland.

The three-point line has been reasonably well guarded by the Cavaliers. Their 36.7% three-point shooting percentage allowed this season is good for tenth place. That % has dropped to 31.5% over the last five games.

Cavaliers Key Players to Watch

  • Donovan Mitchell scores 26.6 points, grabs 5.1 rebounds, and disheves 6.1 assists a night.
  • This season, Jarrett Allen has scored 16.5 points, dishing out 2.7 assists, and pulling in 10.5 rebounds.
  • Mitchell makes three threes on average every game.
  • The defensive efforts of the Cavaliers are enhanced by Mitchell (1.8 thefts per game) and Allen (1.1 blocks per game).

Orlando Magic Betting Prediction

Here is the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting prediction for Orlando.

Today’s 4-point favorites are the Magic against the Cavaliers. At +9.5 points per game in scoring differential, Orlando is the favorite this season.

As a favorite, Orlando is 28-12 at home and 31-9 overall. As the underdog, they have an ATS record of 54-33 and have covered the spread in three straight games.

The Magic lost their last game, 104-103, to the Cavaliers. The game had Orlando as a 4.5-point underdog. For such game, the over/under was 202.5.

The Magic scored an average of 217.5 points per game and had an O/U record of 40-47 this year. The season average is 220.2, hence today’s over/under is 199.

At 47-35, Orlando is in fifth place in the Eastern Conference right now. They lead the Southeast Division right now.

The Magic score +8.6 points more at home on average each game. This season, they have a 31-12 home record. Their home record is 30–13, and their away record is 24–20.

The Magic are 30-13 ATS this season and have won six straight at home. In all, their ATS record is 54-33.

Orlando had the 25th-ranked scoring attack going into the contest, averaging 110.5 points per game. Their home production, at 112.8 points per game, is little higher. Having averaged 96.6 possessions, the Magic rank 26th in the NBA for pace. Though they are last in the NBA in three-pointers made per game, the Magic are sixth in free throw attempts and 14th in field goal percentage.

Paolo Banchero has scored 24.8 points on average and shot 48.5% from the field in his last five games. He averaged two three-pointers in these contests. His season-long three-point shooting average is 1.5 threes per game, or 33.9%. Franz Wagner has shot 47.2% from the field and averaged 20 points and 7.4 rebounds in the Magic’s last five games.

This season the Orlando Magic have been among the best defensive teams in the NBA. Their 107.6 points allowed per game place them second in the league. They’ve been even better at home, allowing just 104.1 points per game, good for second in the NBA. They’ve played even more stingily over the last five games, allowing just 93.8 points per game to rank third in the league.

One of the main reasons of their defensive success has been their capacity to defend the three-point line. At 35.2%, they are fourth in the NBA for the season in three-point shooting percentage allowed. Over their previous five games, they have played even better, letting opponents shoot just 27.9% from outside the arc.

Magic Key Players to Watch

  • Paolo Banchero scores 22.6 points, grabs 6.9 rebounds and disheves 5.4 assists a game.
  • Shooting 2.0 three-pointers per game, Jalen Suggs leads the Magic in that category.
  • Suggs averages 1.4 steals and 1.2 shot blocks each game.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Trends

Here are the Cavaliers vs Magic Betting trends:

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Trends, Records Against the Spread

  • When the Magic are 4 points or more ahead, they are 22-7 against the spread this season.
  • The Cavaliers are 13-8 ATS this season when they are an underdog by four points or more.
  • Together, these two teams average 223.1 points a game—24.1 more than the 199 total.
  • The two clubs’ opponents score 19.6 points more on average (218.6) than the 199 over/under for this game.
  • The Magic’s season average point total is 218.9, which is 19.9 points more than the score in this game.
  • Cleveland’s season average total is 23.9 points higher than the 199 points scored in this game.
  • Orlando has beaten the spread 51-31-0 thus far this season.
  • The Cavs’ ATS record this season is 38-42-2.

Orlando Magic Betting Trends

  • Scoring 110.5 points per game (24th in the NBA) and allowing 108.4 points per game (third in the league) account for the Magic’s +166 scoring differential (2.1 points per game).
    25th in the NBA in rebounds per game, the Magic allow 39.9 to their opponents. 2.4 boards separate them from their opponents in rebounding each game.
  • While its opponents shoot 35.8% from deep, Orlando shoots 11.0 three-pointers per game (29th in the league) at a rate of 35.2% (23rd in the NBA).
  • Second in the NBA in points allowed per 100 possessions, the Magic score 114.4 points per 100 possessions, good for 22nd in the league.
  • The Magic have scored 112.6 points a game on average at home, compared to 108.3 points a game away. They allow 105.0 points per game at home, which is a far better defensive
  • performance than 111.9 points per game on the road.

Cavaliers Betting Trends

  • The Cavaliers are outscoring opponents by 2.4 points per game and have a +198 scoring difference overall. They average 112.6 points per game (20th in the NBA) and allow 110.2 per game (7th in the league).
  • Cleveland’s 43.3 rebounds per game rank 16th in the NBA. Their opponents pull in 42.7.
  • The Cavaliers make 13.5 three-pointers a game (sixth in the league) at a 36.7% rate (15th in the NBA), compared to their opponents’ 12.5 attempts, shooting 37.1% from beyond the arc.
  • The Cavaliers average 116.2 points per 100 possessions (18th in the league) and allow 113.7 points per 100 possessions (sixth in the NBA).
  • Cleveland averages 114.5 points per game at home, compared to 110.8 on the road.


  • This season, Orlando had 78.9% of its games won—30 out of 38.
  • Orlando has won 24 of the 28 games this season when the moneyline was at least -172.
  • Orlando is given a 63.2% chance of winning according to the moneyline for this game.
  • Cleveland’s moneyline underdog record is 11–18 (37.9% win percentage).
  • Cleveland has 9-11 (45%) record as a moneyline underdog against odds of +144 or higher.
  • Cleveland’s implied moneyline winning chance in this game is 41%.

Against the Spread

  • Just 0.3 more than the Cavaliers, who give up 110.2 points per game, the Magic average 110.5 points.
  • When Orlando scores more than 110.2 points, they are 38-8 versus the spread and 36-10 overall.
  • Cleveland has a 41-16 overall record and an ATS record of 35-21-1 when they score more than 108.4 points.
  • Orlando’s record when its opponents score less than 112.6 points is 40-12 ATS and 39-13 overall.
  • At 110.5 points per game, the Magic rank as the league’s 24th-scoring club; the Cavaliers allow the seventh-most points per game (110.2).
  • Now ranked 20th in the NBA in terms of points scored per game (112.6 PPG), Orlando is third in terms of points allowed per game (108.4).
  • While the Cavaliers have scored 198 more points than their opponents (2.4 per game), the Magic have outscored their opponents by 166 points (2.1 points per game on average) this season.


  • Of the Magic’s 82 games this season, 71 have gone above Friday’s 200-point over/under.
  • Of the Cavaliers’ games this season, 78 have ended with a score over 200 points.
  • There are 23.1 points less in the total for this game than there are in the combined points per game averages for Cleveland (112.6) and Orlando (110.5).
  • The combined point total of these two teams is 218.6 points per game, which is 18.6 points more than the over/under for this game.
  • The Magic’s season-average over/under has been 218.9 points, which is 18.9 points more than the over/under in this game.
  • Cavaliers games had an average total points bet of 222.9 points, which is 22.9 points less than the game’s over/under of 200 points.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting: Last 10 Games

  • The last ten games for the Magic have ended 4-6, with a 5-5 record against the spread.
  • Five times in their previous ten games, the Magic have gone over.
  • Orlando and its opponents have scored an average of 208.8 points in their last 10 games, which is 8.8 points higher than the 200 over/under in this game.
  • The Magic have averaged 5.6 points less points per game in their last ten games than they have all season.
  • In their last ten games, the Cavaliers have a 5-5 record, with a 4-6 mark versus the spread.
  • The Cavaliers have over gone the total five times in their last ten games.
  • Cleveland and its opponents have averaged 211.8 combined points over the last ten games, which is 11.8 more than the 200 over/under in this matchup.
  • Over their previous ten games, the Cavaliers’ per-game scoring average is 103.3 points, 9.3 points below their season average.

Cavaliers vs Magic Betting Pick

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