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Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3: How to watch, TV channel, streaming, start time, injury report and stats

The Cleveland Cavaliers head to Florida on Thursday in an effort to extend their 2-0 series lead over the Orlando Magic.

The Cavs have won both games by at least 10 points, taking Game 1 97-83 and winning Game 2 96-86. These are two defense-first teams, as evidenced by the fact that neither has broken 100 points in the first two games of the series.

How to watch Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3, TV channel and streaming

Game 2 of the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic first-round series in the 2024 NBA Playoffs will be broadcast on NBATV, which can be watched via cable TV packages and streamed on live TV streaming apps such as YouTubeTV or FuboTV.

The game can also be viewed on local broadcast networks, which are Bally Sports Florida for Magic fans and Bally Sports Ohio for Cavs fans.

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3 start time, date and venue

Game 3 of the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic first-round series is scheduled to tip off at 7 PM ET on Thursday, April 25 with the game taking place at the Kia Center in Orlando, Florida.

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3 injury report

Cleveland Cavaliers: Craig Porter Jr. - ankle, questionable; Dean Wade - knee, out; Ty Jerome - ankle, out

Orlando Magic: Jalen Suggs - knee, probable

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3 predicted lineups

Cleveland Cavaliers: Darius Garland, Donovan Mitchell, Max Strus, Evan Mobley, Jarrett Allen

Orlando Magic: Jalen Suggs, Gary Harris, Paolo Banchero, Fraz Wagner, Jonathan Isaac

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Orlando Magic Game 3 stats

  • Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Donovan Mitchell leads all players with 26.5 points per game through Game 2 of the series, and he led all players in scoring in both Game 1 and Game 2.
  • Mo Wagner and Joe Ingles are the only Orlando Magic players with individual offensive ratings (points scored per 100 possessions) over 100, indicating poor scoring efficiency by the rest of the Magic roster in the first two games of the series.
  • Cleveland has out-rebounded Orlando 102-81 in Game 1 and Game 2 combined, and Cavs center Jarrett Allen leads all players in the series with 19 rebounds per game, 12.0 more than the leading Magic rebounder.
  • The Cavs are shooting 29 percent from three-point range and 42.9 percent overall; the Magic are shooting 23.6 percent from three-point range and 34.3 percent overall.
  • Cleveland has outscored the Magic in points in the paint in both games.

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