Game Date Matchup/Result Breakdown
1 Sunday, April 19, 5:30pm et 76ers 100 @ Magic 98 Recap | Box
2 Wednesday, April 22, 7pm et 76ers 87 @ Magic 96 Recap | Box
3 Friday, April 24, 8pm et Magic 94 @ 76ers 96 Recap | Box
4 Sunday, April 26, 6:30pm et Magic 84 @ 76ers 81 Recap | Box
5 Tuesday, April 28, 7:30pm et 76ers 78 @ Magic 91 Recap | Box
6 Thursday, April 30, 7:30pm et Magic 114 @ 76ers 89 Recap | Box
Magic win series 4-2

Philadelphia 76ers

Team Page | Roster | Stats

Regular Season Record: 41-41
Head-to-Head Record: 0-3
Last NBA Championship: 1983
Last NBA Finals Appearance: 2001
Last Postseason Appearance: 2008
A reason to cheer for the 76ers: It's Philadelphia's 60th season in the NBA, and they haven't made it past the first round of the playoffs since 2002-03. Could this be the year they break their string of post-season mediocrity? With a deep squad that's dangerous in any place at any time, the 76ers are one of the most athletic teams in the league. The Philadelphia squad gives one hundred per cent every night, and if they can make the most of their powerful and unpredictable offence, they could pull off a first-round win.

Players to Watch: Andre Iguodala, Andre Miller, Thaddeus Young, Samuel Dalembert

Orlando Magic

Team Page | Roster | Stats

Regular Season Record: 59-23
Head-to-Head Record: 3-0
Last NBA Championship: -
Last NBA Finals Appearance: 1995
Last Postseason Appearance: 2008
A reason to cheer for the Magic: Orlando was 33-8 and the halfway point of the season, and went on to win their second straight division title. Led by one of the league's most exciting and dynamic players in 23-year-old Dwight Howard, the Magic are seeking their first trip to the NBA Finals since losing to the Rockets in 1995. The Magic have an excellent long-range game and their depth means that anyone on the court can be dangerous at any given time, adding a little unpredictability to their game. They'll need to toughen up from the top down if they are to compete with some of the more physical teams they could meet.

Players to Watch: Dwight Howard, Rashard Lewis, Hedo Turkoglu

Big Tour

A Historic Event

It was Canada's night at the NBA Draft as four players from north of the border were selected.

1. Andrew Wiggins - Cavaliers

8. Nik Stauskas - Kings

18. Tyler Ennis - Suns

45. Dwight Powell - Hornets

2014 NBA Draft Tracker

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