How to watch the moon landing live on TV on Sunday from Orlando, Florida: Orlando Magic at Los Angeles Lakers
Magic: Tonight at 9:30 p.m.
ET, the Orlando Magic (17-7) play the Los Angeles Kings (10-12) at the Amway Center.
Magic forward Marreese Speights has been a big part of the Magic’s offensive resurgence this season, averaging 22.3 points and 9.2 rebounds per game.
He was a key component of the Kings’ season-opening win over the Los Angels Angels.
Lakers forward Lonzo Ball was the league’s leading scorer at 20.3 per game and was named Sixth Man of the Week for the week ending Feb. 19.
Ball led Los Angeles with a game-high 23 points in the Lakers’ 107-93 win over Houston on Saturday.
The Lakers are coming off a loss at the hands of the Golden State Warriors on Sunday, a game that could help them to climb back into the playoff picture.
Lakers: This game has a very positive message for the Lakers.
It was the first time they were able to put the entire season behind them.
Kobe Bryant was forced to miss the Lakers final two games with a broken left foot.
The season finale against the San Antonio Spurs was the only time Bryant was on the court, but he was able to return to the floor against the Warriors.
He averaged 29.7 points and 10.8 rebounds during his absence.
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (left) and center Andrew Bynum celebrate a Lakers’ win against the Miami Heat in 2016.
The Los Angeles Clippers (17.7-6) are coming back after being outscored by an average of 16.8 points in their last five games.
The Clippers were able win their fourth straight game Saturday over the Atlanta Hawks, improving to 13-2 overall and 9-4 in the series.
L.A. has won three of the last four meetings between the teams.
Clippers forward Blake Griffin was named the game’s MVP.
Griffin is averaging 20.9 points and 12.2 boards per game over the last three games.
Clippers: The Los Angels Clippers are the only team in the NBA to average fewer than 120 points per game, which is tied for the most in the league.
The team has struggled with defense this season and is allowing opponents to shoot 53.7 percent, the highest mark in the conference.
They are averaging a team-high 105.8 possessions per game this season.
The LA Clippers have won three straight games against the Utah Jazz, beating them 103-97 on Saturday and 114-108 on Sunday.
The Jazz are tied with the Phoenix Suns for the second-most points allowed per game (128.8).
Jazz forward Gordon Hayward is averaging 16.0 points and 8.8 boards per contest over the past three games against L.L.A., the most by a Jazz player since Jason Terry averaged 15.5 points per contest in 2006-07.
Jazz forward Trey Burke scored a season-high 22 points Saturday.
Burke’s 18 points are tied for third in the West.
Utah is coming off its first win over a playoff-bound team this season over the Phoenix Phoenix Suns.
Utah has won six straight games and is riding a three-game winning streak.
Jazz guard Marcus Morris is averaging 15.7 rebounds and shooting 57.4 percent in his last six games.
Jazz point guard Trey Burke (4) scores a basket during the second half against the Phoenix Sun during the NBA Summer League at the Honda Center.
The Utah Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Suns 107-87 Saturday night in Los Angeles.
Jazz coach Quin Snyder (right) talks with Jazz forward Marcus Morris (4), who had 14 points in a loss.
Jazz players hold a press conference during the game between the Phoenix Jazz and Utah Jazz.
Jazz: The Phoenix Suns (18-11) are the Western Conference’s most prolific team in points per possession (98.7) and average 89.7 possessions per contest.
The Suns are also the second most efficient team in terms of field goal percentage (56.3).
They are shooting 47.4 per cent from the field and 33.8 per cent in the paint.
Suns forward Jared Dudley (11) leads the team in scoring with 13.0 per game in the last seven games.
Dudley is averaging a league-best 18.0 rebounds per contest and is tied with Denver Nuggets forward Darrell Arthur for the team lead in blocked shots (1,965).
Suns guard Devin Booker (10) celebrates after scoring against the Los Angles Lakers on Feb. 26, 2018.
Suns guard Jared Dudley is leading the team with 10.0 boards per night and ranks third in rebounding (9.9).
The Suns have won five of their last six meetings against the Clippers, outscoring the Clippers 37-20.
Suns: The Utah Thunder (18.5-8) have scored 109.8 or more points in seven