Game Time: 7:00 pm ET, Sunday, November 7, 2021
Venue: Amway Center, Orlando, FL
Where to Watch: BSFL
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Point Spread: Jazz -9.5, Magic +9.5; Over/Under: NL points
Bet365: Point Spread: Jazz NL, Magic NL; Over/Under: NL points
BetMGM: Point Spread: Jazz NL, Magic NL; Over/Under: NL points
Utah Jazz: 7-1 (1st place, Northwest Division)
Orlando Magic: 2-8 (5th place, Southeast Division)
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Utah Jazz vs Orlando Magic Preview and Analysis
Utah Jazz: 7-1 last 10
Orlando Magic: 2-8 last 10
Utah Jazz Analysis
The Jazz are coming into this game with a 7-1 record overall and they are 4-1 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. The Jazz have just 1 loss on the season and they have won 3 games straight since losing that one to the Chicago Bulls. They are coming into this game on a 3 game winning streak after wins over the Milwaukee Bucks, the Sacramento Kings, and the Atlanta Hawks in their last game. They still have a game on Saturday night against the Miami Heat that has not been played yet. They won their last game against the Hawks 116-98 in a game that was close up until the fourth quarter when the Jazz just ran away with the game. Donovan Mitchell was out in that game but Jordan Clarkson was able to lead the team in points off the bench with 30 while Bojan Bogdanovich was next on the team with 23 points. Mike Conley led the team in assists in that game with 11 while Rudy Gobert led the team in rebounds with 15. Their shooting was great in that game as they were 50.6% from the field, 41.5% with their 3-pointers, and 73.9% from the free throw line. Their offense is averaging 112.8 PPG and their defense is allowing their opponents to average 100.1 PPG against them. The Jazz have an ATS record of 6-2 this season and their O/U record is 2-6.
Orlando Magic Analysis
The Magic are coming into this game with a 2-8 record overall and they are 0-4 in their home games this season where they will be in this game. Their last win was against the Minnesota Timberwolves and they have lost 2 straight games since then against the Boston Celtics and the San Antonio Spurs in their last game. They lost that game 102-89 in a game that they went down early in the first quarter and could never recover going on to lose the game. Cole Anthony led the team in points in that game with 21 while Wendell Carter Jr. was next on the team with 13 points. Anthony also led the team in assists in that game with 6 while Carter Jr. led the team in rebounds with 10. Their shooting was not that good in that game as they were 39.3% from the field, 29.3% with their 3-pointers, and 70% from the free throw line. Their offense is averaging 99.9 PPG and their defense is allowing their opponents to average 108.6 PPG against them. The Magic have an ATS record of 3-7 this season and their O/U record is 6-4.
Jazz vs Magic Prediction
The Jazz are coming into this game as a 9.5 point favorite with the current betting odds according to Draftkings Sportsbook. The Jazz have the best record in the NBA to start this season and they have been playing like they are picking up right where they left off last season when they finished with the best record in the league. The Magic have one of the worst records to start the new regular season and they will likely be one of the worst teams in the NBA at the end of the season. The Jazz have too much talent and depth on their team, not only do they win their games but their ATS record on the season is great as well. The best bet to place in this game is on the Jazz to cover the spread here as they keep rolling over teams.
Jazz Magic Prediction: Our NBA Pick for Sunday, November 7, 2021 (7:00 pm ET start time) is Jazz 127 Magic 107.
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NBA Betting Trends
Utah Jazz: 1068-1025 ATS in all games. 176-149 ATS in November games. 358-342 ATS in the first half of the season. 83-76 ATS against Southeast division opponents.
Orlando Magic: 985-1034 ATS in all games. 167-192 ATS as a home underdog. 483-513 ATS in home games. 490-515 ATS after 1 or more consecutive unders.
Utah Jazz: R. O'Neale (SF) Ques Sat - Ankle injury. R. Gay (SF) Out indefinitely - Foot injury. M. Oni (SG) Out indefinitely - Illness. J. Butler (PG) Ques Sat - Illness. D. Mitchell (SG) Ques Sat - Ankle injury.
Orlando Magic: M. Fultz (PG) Out indefinitely - Knee injury. E. Moore (SG) Out indefinitely - Knee injury. J. Isaac (PF) Out indefinitely - Knee injury. M. Carter-Williams (PG) Out indefinitely - Ankle injury.
"We know how aggressive he is coming off the bench. We expect him to do that every night." - Joe Ingles on Jordan Clarkson after their win against the Hawks on Thursday night.
"I had five (turnovers) and Jalen (Suggs) had five, so we've got to be better there. I've got to play better. I took too many bad shots and played selfishly. Just got to play better." - Cole Anthony on his performance in their loss to the Spurs on Friday night.
PG Mike Conley
SG Donovan Mitchell
SF Bojan Bogdanovic
PF Royce O’Neale
C Rudy Gobert
PG Cole Anthony
SG Jalen Suggs
SF Franz Wagner
PF Wendell Carter Jr.
C Mo Bamba
PPG: D. Mitchell (24.9)
APG: D. Mitchell (4.9)
Reb/G: R. Gobert (17.3)
PPG: C. Anthony (18.9)
APG: C. Anthony (5.5)
Reb/G: W. Carter Jr. (10.2)
Utah Jazz: Quin Snyder (8th season)
Orlando Magic: Jamahl Mosley (2nd season)