Pacers vs. Magic line, picks: Advanced computer NBA model releases selections for Friday’s matchup

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The Indiana Pacers meet the Orlando Magic in an NBA Eastern Conference matchup on Friday. Tip-off from Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., is set for 7 p.m. ET. Indiana is favored by five points at William Hill Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 222.5 (see up-to-date odds for every game […]

The Indiana Pacers meet the Orlando Magic in an NBA Eastern Conference matchup on Friday. Tip-off from Amway Center in Orlando, Fla., is set for 7 p.m. ET. Indiana is favored by five points at William Hill Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is set at 222.5 (see up-to-date odds for every game this week on our NBA odds page). 

Before making any Pacers vs. Magic picks, you NEED to check out the NBA predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NBA game 10,000 times, and it has returned almost $8,900 in profit on its top-rated NBA picks over the past two-plus seasons. The model is up almost $900 on its top-rated picks this season, and dating back to last year, it entered Week 16 of the 2020-21 NBA schedule on a stunning 93-59 roll on top-rated NBA picks against the spread. Anybody who has followed it has seen HUGE returns.

Now, it has set its sights on Pacers vs. Magic. We can tell you the model is leaning Under the total, and it also says one side of the spread cashes in well over 60 percent of simulations! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before locking in any NBA picks.

Who wins Pacers vs. Magic? And which side of the spread cashes in well over 60 percent of simulations? … Join SportsLine right now to find out which side of the Pacers vs. Magic spread you should be all over Friday, all from the model on a roll on NBA picks!

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