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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic: game preview and how to watch

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The Magic have pulled off the tank-tastic feat of being worse than their bottom-of-the-league record indicates: they’re 3-14 since the deadline and own the league’s second-worst offense, defense and net rating. Osman started the last two after falling out of the rotation due to wildly inconsistent play and, true to form, offered wildly inconsistent play: 19 points on 7-of-12 against the Washington Wizards, then 6 points 2-of-9 against the Toronto Raptors. Playing gaffe-free basketball might be the one thing Orlando has done well since the deadline. While the Cavs aren’t exactly the Beautiful Game Spurs reincarnate, they are assisting on two-thirds of their made field goals since Love’s return to the lineup, which roughly coincides with the trade deadline.

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