Suns vs Magic Tuesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Deandre Ayton and the Phoenix Suns (51-13) will take on Franz Wagner and the Orlando Magic (16-49) during the Tuesday NBA slate.

The Suns began the 2021-22 season on as strong of a note as possible, once being on track to set a franchise record for highest single-season win percentage.

Right now, they are looking to stay afloat as Chris Paul and Devin Booker both remain sidelined. Players like Deandre Ayton and Mikal Bridges will have a prime opportunity to continue to shoulder a heavy offensive load.

Still, in the midst of a rebuilding process, the Magic remain prioritizing the development of players like Franz Wagner and Cole Anthony as they sit toward the top of 2022 NBA Draft lottery odds.

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While the Magic be deep out of playoff contention, their players still are going to play hard and give the Suns as much as they can in an effort to win.

How to Watch Phoenix Suns vs Orlando Magic

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Phoenix Suns vs Orlando Magic:

Date: Tuesday, March 8

Time: 7:00 p.m. ET

Location: Amway Center in Orlando, Florida

TV Channel: Bally Sports Arizona (Suns) and Bally Sports Florida (Magic)

Injury Report & Projected Lineups for Phoenix Suns vs Orlando Magic

Phoenix Suns Injury Report: Devin Booker – out (COVID-19 protocol), Cameron johnson – out (right quad contusion), Chris Paul – out (wrist), Frank Kaminsky – out (knee), Dario Saric – out (knee)

Orlando Magic Injury Report: Jalen Suggs – questionable (ankle), Bol Bol – out (right foot surgery), Jonathan Isaac – out (left knee injury recovery)

Projected Starting Lineups for Injury Report for Phoenix Suns vs Orlando Magic

Phoenix Suns Projected Starting Lineup: G Cameron Payne, G Landry Shamet, F Mikal Bridges, F Jae Crowder, C Deandre Ayton

Orlando Magic Projected Starting Lineup: G Cole Anthony, G RJ Hampton, F Franz Wagner, F Wendell Carter Jr., C Mo Bamba

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