Milwaukee Bucks Opposition Intel: Orlando Magic Q&A With Brett David Roberts

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Apr 4, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks forward

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(34) drives for the basket during the fourth quarter against the Orlando Magic at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Orlando won 97-90. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

AM: What’s your final prediction for how this game will play out?

BS: Las Vegas favors the Magic by four points, and Vegas is seldom wrong. The Magic have been better at home this season, and if not for losing in close games a couple times now, Skiles will be looking to capitalize on crunch time where the Magic have struggled. Perhaps the biggest problem is Orlando lacking a closer.

Fournier is a good scorer, but he’s not a guy that can clear it out and create something every time. This game will be close, but if it is too close as crunch time winds down, it is hard not to expect Milwaukee to have a real decent shot at a minor upset.

There had been talk last season that the Bucks want Orlando to be a rival, and that could begin tonight. The bottom line? Orlando wins this, not covering the spread, or barely doing so. Magic by three.