Brooklyn Nets vs. Orlando Magic: TV info, live streaming, injury report

Brooklyn Nets Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)
Brooklyn Nets Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images) /

The Brooklyn Nets and Orlando Magic Wednesday meet for the 2nd time in 5 days, this time at Barclays Center, on the heels of the Nets’ dramatic win Friday.

What will the Brooklyn Nets do for an encore as they prepare to host the Orlando Magic at Barclays Center on Wednesday?

When these two teams last met Friday at Amway Center, the Nets (25-23) staged the largest comeback win of the Brooklyn era, erasing a 21-point deficit en route to a 117-115 victory over the Magic (20-27).

Brooklyn comes in with four straight wins and is 8-2 in January, while the Magic come in off a win Monday over the Atlanta Hawks that snapped a three-game losing streak.

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Also on Monday, the Nets stormed past the Sacramento Kings with a lock-down second half, holding Sacramento to 34 points after the break en route to a 123-94 win that was their largest margin of victory this season.

D’Angelo Russell continued his torrid play with 31 points and eight assists. Ed Davis had 16 rebounds and Jarrett Allen added 12 boards.

Spencer Dinwiddie finished with 11 points and six assists, Shabazz Napier went for 10 points and three steals and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson blocked two shots.

In Atlanta Monday, Nikola Vucevic and Evan Fournier scored 29 points each as the Magic bounced back from an early deficit to hammer the Hawks 122-103. Vucevic added 14 rebounds and two blocks, while Fournier handed out seven assists.

Terrence Ross finished with 16 points, seven dimes and three steals, while Jonathan Isaac had two blocks.

The Nets are 49-62 against Orlando since the Magic came into the NBA in 1989, but have won four of the last five meetings. The Magic have the longest winning streak in the series with 10 consecutive wins from Oct. 30, 2009, to March 16, 2012.

A six-game string is the longest winning skein for the Nets, set from Dec. 30, 1991, to March 4, 1993.

Orlando’s 139-105 win at home on March 29, 2016, marked both the most points scored in a game by either side, as well as the Magic’s largest margin of victory in the series.

The Nets had their highest-scoring game in a 129-91 win at East Rutherford on March 12, 2000.

The most lopsided game in the series was on Nov. 9, 2012, when Brooklyn took a 107-68 decision at Orlando.

Nick Anderson of the Magic has the highest-scoring individual game, dropping 50 on the Nets in a win at East Rutherford on April 23, 1993. The most scored by a Net was the 41 points from Kendall Gill in a Jan. 13, 1997, loss at East Rutherford.

Since the Nets moved to Brooklyn in 2012, they are 14-9 against the Magic. Their highest-scoring game since the move was an Oct. 20, 2017, game at Barclays Center, which was a 126-121 victory.

Nikola Vucevic set the high individual game in the Brooklyn era when he had 41 points for the Magic in that Oct. 20, 2017, loss. Aaron Gordon matched that effort in an Orlando homecourt win on Oct. 24, 2017.

D’Angelo Russell now holds the highest-scoring game for Brooklyn since the move with his 40-point performance in the victory at Orlando on Friday.

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Orlando: QUESTIONABLE–Aaron Gordon (sore low back); OUT–Troy Caupain (two-way, Lakeland Magic), Amile Jefferson (two-way, Lakeland Magic), Timofey Mozgov (right knee surgery).

Brooklyn: OUT–Allen Crabbe (sore right knee), Jared Dudley (left hamstring strain), Caris LeVert (subtalar dislocation, right foot), Dzanan Musa (left shoulder subluxation), Alan Williams (two-way, Long Island Nets).

Last meeting

Jan. 18 at Orlando: Spencer Dinwiddie gave the Nets their first lead since the score was 2-0 early in the first quarter when he converted a four-point play with 54.9 seconds remaining.

After Orlando tied the game on a Nikola Vucevic basket, D’Angelo Russell drilled his eighth 3-pointer of the game with 27.1 seconds to go, lifting Brooklyn to a 117-115 win in a game in which the Nets were down by 21 points in the second quarter.

Russell led the Nets with 40 points and seven assists. Dinwiddie finished with 20 points, while Jarrett Allen had 10 rebounds and four blocked shots.

Aaron Gordon scored 23 points for the Magic before leaving the game early in the fourth quarter with tightness in his lower back.

Vucevic went for 16 points, 17 rebounds and six assists; Evan Fournier had 16 points and four steals, Terrence Ross logged 13 points and two blocks and Jonathan Isaac also had a pair of blocked shots.

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What’s next?

Orlando: vs. Washington, Friday; at Houston, Sunday; vs. Oklahoma City, Tuesday

Brooklyn: vs. New York, Friday; at Boston, Monday; vs. Chicago, Tuesday