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Magic Know They Will Need to Bring Their A-Game Against Lakers

ORLANDO – From the beasts in the East to the best in the West, the Orlando Magic will be facing the top competition that the NBA has to offer in about a 50-hour timeframe from Monday night through Wednesday.

Things don’t get much more difficult in today’s NBA than doing battle with the Milwaukee Bucks (21-3) and the Los Angeles Lakers (21-3) consecutively and tangling with superstars Giannis Antetokounmpo, LeBron James and Anthony Davis in such a short period of time.

Sprinkle in Orlando reappearances by Dwight Howard and head coach Frank Vogel on Wednesday when the Magic (11-12) host the Lakers, and emotions are sure to be running hot at the Amway Center.