Orlando Magic - Miami Heat Tip (26.02.2015 - 03:30 GMT +2)
The Heat (24-31) hit the road having alternated wins and losses over their last five games after getting by Philadelphia 119-108 on Monday. Luol Deng led the way with 29 points while Dragic added 23 and 10 assists as Miami posted its highest scoring total of the season. The former Suns guard put up a stinker in his Heat debut shooting 4-of-11 from the field in a 105-91 loss to New Orleans on Saturday. He quickly put that behind him and exploded for 23 points and 10 assists in the Heatís 119-108 win over Philadelphia on Monday. Seventh-place Miami is one of six teams within 2 1/2 games battling for the Eastern Conference's final two postseason berths. The total has gone over in Miamiís last five games.
The last-place Magic (19-39) are starting to show signs of life under new coach James Borrego, who's gone 4-2 since replacing Jacques Vaughn. Orlando, holding teams to an average of 9.6 fewer points than it did under Vaughn, has surrendered 88.3 per contest during a three-game run - all at home. The are looking to keep building after defeating the 76ers 103-98 on Sunday. Nikola Vucevic had 31 points and 14 rebounds as Orlando scored 23 points off 21 turnovers.
Orlando has won four of its last five at home, going 3-1-1 against the spread.
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