Orlando Magic Betting
The BetUS sportsbook has NBA odds available for the Orlando Magic. You can use the deposit bonuses you acquire when joining for all of your online betting needs from betting on live games to betting on Orlando with the sportsbook’s basketball futures.
There are plenty of value betting markets involving the Magic, as you can bet on their NBA conference odds and NBA Championship odds. There are also a wealth of NBA game props to bet on throughout the year.
Orlando Magic Betting Outlook
- Championship Odds: +30000
- Conference Odds: +15000
- Division Odds: +15000
For bettors that love taking a risk, the Orlando Magic is the team for you. Expectations couldn’t be lower, so there are no surprises with the sportsbook odds.
They haven’t made many moves in the offseason, so it doesn’t look like they’re chasing a title or even a playoff spot.
The NBA Draft could be at the forefront of the Magic’s ambitions, and although bettors will get value odds for individual games, their overall odds could be worth overlooking.
It would take a brave bettor to lock in the +30000 to win the NBA Championship, and even the +15000 is a stretch. They would have to beat the highly regarded Miami Heat and Atlanta Hawks, which could prove too tough.
Magic 2021-22 Predictions
- Regular Season Record: 22-60
- Conference Standing: 14th
- Division Standing: 5th
Orlando Magic Betting Picks & News
Orlando Magic Team Leaders
Terrence Ross is the leader of the Magic, but it’s still a very young roster. Ross has the experience and ability to lead from the front, but there is no single player capable of carrying this team.
Robin Lopez is a vocal and intense player, but the 33-year-old is in his first season with the Magic, so he’ll need time to find his role.
Gary Harris and Markelle Fultz are the two highest paid players for the Magic, which doesn’t bode well. Harris can lead, but with so many inexperienced players, he could get overshadowed by the likes of Jalen Suggs and R.J. Hampton.
Top draft picks were firmly in mind for the Magic last season. They went 21-51 and finished 14th in the Eastern Conference.
It resulted in head coach Steve Clifford parting ways, so it couldn’t have done much worse. They didn’t get much production from anyone other than Ross and Dwayne Bacon.
Ross averaged 15.6 points and, considering the lack of scoring options on the floor, it’s not a great average. Bacon played every game so credit to him for staying healthy.
It wasn’t all bad news as former New Zealand Breaker Hampton played well in limited minutes, as did Moritz Wagner. The young players will appreciate having the season under their belts.
The disappointment was Fultz, who played only eight games. The former top draft pick hasn’t made an impact since arriving in the NBA, so that will need to change, especially considering his salary.
Robin Lopez, center, Washington Wizards
E’Twaun Moore, shooting guard, Phoenix Suns
Dwayne Bacon, waived
Chasson Randle, Phoenix Suns
Otto Porter Jr, Golden State Warriors
Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga
Franz Wagner, Michigan
Jamahl Mosley takes over as the Magic coach. He started his NBA coaching career as a player development coach with the Denver Nuggets in 2005.
He took over the assistant coaching role in 2007 before moving to the same role with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks until he was signed on to coach Orlando.
The former player spent most of his professional playing career overseas, following a college career with the Colorado Buffaloes.