Orlando Magic entertain Memphis Grizzlies in the first of six NBA games on Saturday night.
The game is due to start at 22:00 for viewers in the UK and the Magic can be backed at 11/4 in the Money Line, while Memphis are 20/23 to win with a -7.5 handicap in the Point Spread.
Orlando sit rock bottom of the Eastern Conference with a 12-41 overall record but they have found some form of late and have four wins in their last six games.
The Magic have been dealing with injury issues all season and they will be without up to five players for the visit of Memphis, with all the action on the Sports Live Streaming platform.
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The Grizzlies sit third in the Western Conference but they may be without star man Ja Morant for Saturday's game as he is rated as questionable with a foot injury.
There is a key match-up as Charlotte Hornets host Southeast Division rivals Miami Heat. The Heat sit in second spot but they are just five games ahead of Charlotte in ninth in a tightly packed Eastern Conference.
Phoenix Suns saw a 10-game winning run ended at Atlanta Hawks in their last game and they will be looking to bounce back at Washington Wizards, who ended a six-game losing streak by beating Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center in their last outing.
Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks are both 1-4 over their last five games and they meet in LA, with both needing a win to boost their respective postseason chances.
Defending champions Milwaukee Bucks make the trip to Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings entertain an Oklahoma City Thunder outfit who are seeking to win a fourth successive game for just the second time this season.
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