Just one game arrives on Saturday for the latest NBA exhibition contests as the Miami Heat visit the Orlando Magic. The two Floridian squads are each looking to improve to 2-1 for their latest season. Miami is looking to bounce back from a recent preseason loss while Orlando is looking to build upon their recent win. Here's the latest Heat vs. Magic game preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channel, and live streaming online options.

NBA game preview

In their last preseason game, the Miami Heat fell 107-88 to the Brooklyn Nets on the road. Hassan Whiteside finished with 19 points and nine rebounds. Tyler Johnson led all players off the bench with 21 points while Goran Dragic had 12 points.

The Heat shot just 37.6 percent overall and under 15 percent from downtown in the loss. Not only that, Brooklyn had a game-high 62 rebounds compared to just 37 for the visitors.

Meanwhile, the Orlando Magic picked up their first win in two exhibition games with a 112-89 victory over the Dallas Mavs. Aaron Gordon led the way with 17 points on 6-for-12 shooting along with 10 rebounds. As a team, Orlando shot 47.7 percent overall and limited their turnovers to 11 while the Mavs had 16 in the game.

The two teams are on opposite paths heading into the upcoming season. Orlando has some experienced players but no real All-Stars to speak of at this point. The Miami Heat seem closer to reaching the playoff this season with both Indiana and Chicago having traded away their star players. Unfortunately, Miami may find themselves with a first-round matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers if they get the No.

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8 seed in the East.

For tonight's game, Vegas Insider lists the home team as the favorites. The Orlando Magic are one to two-point favorites on the current point spread, while the over/under points total is around 198 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Miami Heat vs. Orlando Magic game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised game coverage is available on NBATV channel where available. While there's no official NBATV live stream feed available through a website or mobile apps, many cable and satellite providers offer the ability to live stream channels online.

There's also a few subscription services to consider. Both SlingTV and fuboTV are available on one-week free trial offers. The fuboTV service features NBATV as part of its current channel lineup and can be signed up for at fubo TV website. SlingTV includes NBATV as part of its "Sports Extras" package which can be added at Sling.com to a Sling Orange membership.