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Game: Phoenix Suns at Orlando Magic Mar 21 2012 7:05PM
Prediction: Orlando Magic
Grade: Winner (100)
Reason: Orlando has scored 59 or fewer points four times in the history of the franchise and it has happened twice this season. The Magic scored 59 points on Monday in a home loss against Chicago by 26 points. The only good news to come from that is based on the last time this season, they were able to bounceback right away and make up for it. The first time they scored 56 points in a 31-point loss at Boston and were able to win their next game at Indiana by 19 points. Expect a similar rebound here. Phoenix continues to play very well as it is 11-3 in its last 14 games heading into Tuesday's action at Miami. While the run has been great, the majority of the success has come at home as of those 11 wins, 10 came in Phoenix. The game in Miami on Tuesday marks only its third road game in over a month so playing in back-to-back road games is almost a brand new setting. The last time it happened was on February 14th when the Suns faced Denver after a game in Golden St. They lost to the Nuggets by 17 points. It is definitely a tough time in Orlando right now following the Chicago loss but it also lost at Miami the night before so the situation was not good to begin with. Making the Bulls defeat even more difficult is the fact that Chicago was without Derrick Rose and Orlando had gone 7-1 over its previous eight games. Even though the Magic have dropped consecutive games, it has been rare as they are 13-4 straight up and 12-5 ATS following a loss this season. They have lost more than two straight only once this year. Phoenix is just 4-9 ATS as a single-digit underdog of seven or more points. Orlando has had its share of struggles this season against the elite teams, going against teams ranked in the top ten in the league but the Magic have beaten up the lesser teams as they are 24-6 against the rest of the league. Coming off consecutive losses against the two best teams in the Eastern Conference should have them more than ready to go here. This has been a very common theme all year and while it is frustrating, it works well again for us here. 10* (756) Orlando Magic