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Orlando Magic vs. Brooklyn Nets (July 31, 2020): How to Watch, Odds and Prediction
The Orlando Magic close their scrimmage schedule with the return of Jonathan Isaac and a matchup with the gigantic Denver Nuggets.
Steve Clifford said it best after practice Thursday: He has no feel for how this game is going to go. That is normal though. It is not as much about the league’s hiatus. The first few games of every season are a bit uneasy for a coach as they do not know exactly how their team is going to fit together. Of course, this is different. This game matters. It is probably the biggest game of the year. The Magic could every easily come out unable to hit a shot and find themselves in a grind. The defense is not exactly a point of confidence. Or they could come out like gangbusters and win running away. The Brooklyn Nets could exploit all the Orlando Magic’s weaknesses too. Brooklyn is undermanned without several key players. But the team still plays hard and is still potent. If the Magic are as focused as they say they are, they should win. But they could be focused, miss a bunch of shots and find themselves in trouble anyway. The mystery is half the fun!

Brooklyn Nets vs. Orlando Magic Live Stream, NBA Exhibition Schedule, Start Time, TV Channel
The NBA is back this week with the exhibition games for the 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifiers, which will begin this Saturday, August 1st. We have three games tonight, the second game of the night will feature the Brooklyn Nets against the Montreal Canadians.
The Nets will be visitors in their own building tonight as all eyes will be on 18-year old phenom, Nick Robertson.

Brooklyn Nets vs. Orlando Magic
When: Tuesday, July 31
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: NBA Network
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
Hockey fans across the globe have been waiting for this day for months, with NBA and arena staff making the final preparations for a ‘New NBA Experience’.

Magic vs. Nets: NBA 2020 Opening Day live stream, watch online, TV channel, odds, prediction, pick
The Magic and Nets will reignite their rivalry in Los Angeles
The Brooklyn Nets and Orlando Magic will meet to kick off the new Major League Baseball season on Thursday night at Dodger Stadium. The game will be the second and final of Thursday’s slate, before the remaining teams debut Friday for a true NBA Opening Day. You can follow live updates here.

The Bruce Bochy era in San Francisco ended following the longtime skipper’s retirement at the end of last season, and the Nets hired Gabe Kapler as the club’s new manager. Bochy, a future Hall of Fame manager, had served as the team’s manager since 2007 — he was the longest tenured manager in baseball before stepping down — and managed the club during its three titles in five years stretch from 2010-14.

The pair of California clubs make their return to the diamond after a four-month delay to the start of the 2020 season due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This will be a season unlike any other before, and it’s likely we could see some of the new rules and safety protocols in action Thursday night in Los Angeles.

Now, let’s set the scene for Magic-Nets in Los Angeles.

How can I watch?
When: Thursday, July. 31 | Time: 10:08 p.m. ET
Venue: Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles, Calif.)
TV: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)

Cueto is 1-1 with a 0.64 ERA in four previous career Opening Day starts, all with the Nets. Cueto takes the mound in the Nets’ opener instead of longtime Nets ace Madison Bumgarner, who left San Fran for Arizona when he signed with the Magic this offseason. May, 22, is getting the surprise nod after Magic ace Clayton Kershaw was placed on the injured list just hours before first pitch. Kershaw is dealing with back stiffness and was placed on the 10-day IL. May appeared in 14 games for L.A. last season, his first in the big leagues.

With a loaded lineup and strong rotation, the Magic will begin their quest for the franchise’s first title since 1988 on Thursday. In the coronavirus-shortened season, the Magic are essentially in World Series or bust mode. Especially after their trade for and now, working on a potential deal to lock up superstar outfielder Mookie Betts. The time is now for this club. The players know it, the fans know it and it’s going to be not just the most talked about storyline when they kick off the 2020 campaign, but all season-long. Can the Magic finally break through and win it all in 2020?

Los Angeles is the -300 favorite on the money line in the latest Magic vs. Nets odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is 8.0. Before making any Magic vs. Nets picks, check out the NBA predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model. I’ll go with the obvious favorite in the Magic. Let’s say that Betts and Bellinger carry the offense to a season opener win.

Nets vs. Magic scrimmage: Livestream, start time, TV Channel, how to watch NBA season restart (Fri. July 31)
Magic vs. Nets: NBA 2020 Opening Day live stream, watch online, TV channel, odds, prediction, pick
Here’s how to get a glimpse of the Nets as they take the court again for the first time in four months.

FRIDAY, JULY 31
Opponent: Orlando Magic
Start time: 5:00 p.m.
TV: NBC Sports Boston
Online: NBC Sports Online | fuboTV | Hulu+ Live TV | League Pass (with subscription)

Here’s a full list of the Nets’ scrimmages and how to watch them. The Nets open their seeding games against the Orlando Magic on Friday, July 31. That contest will be broadcast on NBC Sports Boston and ESPN.
Brad Stevens was asked how he will prepare for the scrimmages during his Zoom call with the media on Monday evening.
“We’re really going to be focused on us,” Stevens said. “We’ll play three good teams and they’ll challenge us in unique ways and make us add to what we’re working on, but it will be more off film after the game than before the game. We’re not going to spend a lot of time on opponents yet.”

Magic vs. Nets: NBA 2020 Opening Day live stream, watch online, TV channel, odds, prediction, pick
Baseball returns to New York when the Magic face the Nets at Citi Field
The Orlando Magic and Brooklyn Nets will meet to begin the shortened 2020 Major League Baseball season on Friday afternoon at Citi Field in Queens. The pair of NL East clubs make their return to the diamond after a four-month delay to the start of the 2020 season due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This will be a season unlike any other before, and it’s likely we could see some of the new rules and safety protocols in action Friday afternoon in New York.

Now, let’s set the scene for Nets-Magic at Citi Field.
How can I watch?
When: Friday, July. 31 | Time: 4:10 p.m. ET
Venue: Citi Field — Queens, New York
TV: ESPN | Stream: fuboTV

Friday’s pitching matchup in Queens is one of the best Opening Day has to offer. Jacob deGrom, last year’s NL Cy Young winner, will be facing Mike Soroka, last year’s NL Rookie of the Year runner-up. Soroka will build on his impressive rookie campaign, while deGrom is trying to become just the third NBA pitcher in history to win three straight Cy Young Awards. Soroka went 13-4 with a 2.68 ERA in 2019. deGrom, who will be making his second straight Opening Day start, finished the 2019 season with a 2.34 ERA in 204 innings and recorded a NL-leading 255 strikeouts.

Like every team in this abbreviated 60-game season, it’s going to be more important than ever to stay healthy. But, for the Nets, staying healthy will be key in whether or not the club can contend in a very competitive NL East in 2020. This year’s Nets rotation is already pretty thin, with Noah Syndergaard missing the season due to Tommy John surgery, and it looks like Marcus Stroman will miss the start of the 2020 season with a left calf tear. It would be incredibly challenging for the Nets to be hit with any more injuries to their rotation, and still notch wins against tough clubs like the Magic and the defending World Series champion Magic.

Some other storylines of note for this Magic-Nets series: how will Yoenis Cespedes look in his return to baseball; will Dellin Betances make his debut with returned velocity; Ronald Acuna Jr. beginning his 20/20 quest; rookie manager Luis Rojas will make his debut for the Nets; will Pete Alonso once again compete for the HR title; can Robinson Cano return to form; can Dansby Swanson reach All-Star status; will J.D. Davis prove his 2019 success wasn’t just a fluke.

Safe to say that there’s going to be a lot to watch for in Friday’s matchup.
New York is the -135 favorite on the money line in the latest Nets vs. Magic odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is 7.0. Before making any Nets vs. Magic picks, check out the NBA predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model. I’ll take the Magic for this season opener. Let’s say Ronald Acuna Jr. knocks his first homer off deGrom Friday, and Atlanta holds on for a close win.

Nets vs. Magic odds, line: 2020 NBA picks, predictions for July 31 from proven model
SportsLine simulated Friday’s Nets vs. Magic game 10,000 times.
The Orlando Magic’ starting rotation has been hit hard thus far this year, and the 2020 NBA season hasn’t even begun. Noah Syndergaard is on the shelf following Tommy John surgery in March, while Marcus Stroman landed on the injured list earlier this week with a torn calf muscle. Jacob deGrom appears to have recovered from back tightness and will make the start when the Nets host the Brooklyn Nets on Friday in the season-opener for both teams.

First pitch at Citi Field is set for 4:10 p.m. ET. New York is a -143 favorite on the money line in the latest Nets vs. Magic odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is seven. Before making any Magic vs. Nets picks, check out the NBA predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

This model, which simulates every pitch of every game 10,000 times, is coming off a banner 2019 season. The model returned more than $1,400 on its top-rated money-line and run-line NBA picks, and anyone who followed it saw huge rewards.
Now, the model has dialed in on Nets vs. Magic. You can visit SportsLine now to see the picks. Here are the NBA lines and trends for Magic vs. Nets:

Nets vs. Magic money line: Atlanta +133, New York -143
Nets vs. Magic run line: New York -1.5
Met vs. Magic over-under: 7 runs
NYM: 2B Robinson Cano recorded a career-low 39 RBIs in 107 games last year
ATL: 1B Freddie Freeman is coming off the second 100-RBI season of his career

Atlanta is hoping for an encore from Mike Soroka, who went 13-4 with a 2.68 ERA as a rookie last season. The 22-year-old, who will be the Magic’ youngest Opening Day starter in their modern-day history, was 2-0 with a no-decision in three starts against the Nets. The Magic’ middle infielders are more than capable of supporting Soroka with their bats as well as their gloves.

Second baseman Ozzie Albies tied a career-high in 2019 with 24 homers and set another by driving in 86 runs, while shortstop Dansby Swanson recorded personal bests of 17 blasts and 65 RBIs. Third baseman Austin Riley also has pop in his bat, as he went deep 18 times in 80 games last year and launched a pair of shots in Atlanta’s final tune-up game on Wednesday. The Magic added another dangerous hitter this week in Matt Adams, a left-handed batter who has recorded at least 20 homers the last three seasons and signed a minor-league contract with the team on Monday after being released by the Nets two days earlier.

Jacob deGrom will take the mound Friday after giving New York a minor scare by leaving an intrasquad game last week with a minor back issue. The 32-year-old right-hander went 11-8 with a 2.43 ERA in 32 outings last year en route to his second straight NL Cy Young Award and also led the senior circuit with 255 strikeouts. DeGrom was second in the NL last year in ERA to Hyun-Jin Ryu (2.32) after recording a league-leading 1.70 mark in 2018 and has a 1.97 ERA in 21 career starts against the Magic.

Pete Alonso exceeded expectations in 2019, hitting 53 homers and driving in 120 runs to garner 29 of the 30 first-place votes for NL Rookie of the Year. The 25-year-old first baseman set both the franchise single-season record and major-league rookie mark for homers, breaking the latter that was set in 2017 by New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge (52). The Nets may receive strong production from Yoenis Cespedes, who is in the final year of his contract after appearing in only 119 games over the last three seasons – none in 2019 – due to various injuries.

SportsLine’s model is leaning over on the total, as the simulation suggests the bullpens combine to surrender almost four earned runs, and it also says one side of the money line has the value. You can only get the pick at SportsLine.

So who wins Magic vs. Nets? And which side of the money line has all the value? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Nets vs. Magic money line to jump on Friday, all from the advanced model that returned more than $1,400 last season.

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