Grab your jerseys, Orlando Magic faces off with the Cleveland Cavaliers

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PHOTO BY FERNANDO MEDINA, COURTESY OF ORLANDO MAGIC
  • Photo by Fernando Medina, courtesy of Orlando Magic

In terms of entertaining basket- ball, this week’s face-off between the Cavs and the Magic could be one of the most sensational games hosted at Amway yet, in a season when the Magic have proven their scrappy confidence can quiet even the loudest talents in the league – at least in bursts of momentum. Of course, the athletic spectacle of LeBron James was recently paused due to sore knees, bench- ing the superstar temporarily, but that all ended when the Cavs hit the Hornets with a full-court lob to James from Kevin Love and a tomahawk slam that announced his health was no longer on hiatus. Despite that threat, you won’t see Magic forward Tobias Harris sweating. He’s inherited more than D-12’s jersey number, rising as the leader on a young team that perpetually needs one on the court, hitting clutch shots and boosting on-court morale. As the Cavs’ strength meets the Magic’s determination, NBA fans witness an exciting clash.

7 p.m. Friday | Amway Center, 400 W. Church St. | 407-440-7000 | amwaycenter.com | $100.50-$2,347.50


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