Watch Atlanta Hawks vs Orlando Magic Game Live Online Streaming on December 22, 2021 TV Channels

On Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at 7:30 PM EST, the Atlanta Hawks face the Orlando Magic. The game is airing exclusively on Bally Sports Florida, Fox Sports Florida, Bally Sports Southeast, Fox Sports Southeast, and NBA TV, which you can stream with a Live TV Streaming Service.


Earlier this morning, I wrote the scouting report for the Atlanta Hawks game against the Orlando Magic. Both teams have been ravaged by injuries and illness. However, there are some interesting storylines coming into this game. Luckily for hoops fans, there are several ways they can get in on the action tonight.

Game Details

Atlanta Hawks at Orlando Magic

Date: Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Time: 7:30 PM EST

Location: State Farm Arena

How to Watch

Hawks Broadcast: Bally Sports South

Magic Broadcast: Bally Sports Florida

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In Atlanta, the game is streaming on Bally Sports Southeast (previously Fox Sports Southeast), while in Orlando the game is streaming on Bally Sports Florida, which was recently rebranded from Fox Sports Florida. Both RSNs are available with a subscription to DIRECTV STREAM.

Since Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV do not carry Bally Sports Southeast or Bally Sports Florida, this is your only option to stream Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic games all year long.

Can you stream Atlanta Hawks vs. Orlando Magic on NBA League Pass?
For those out-of-market, you can stream most games on NBA League Pass, but this Atlanta Hawks vs. Orlando Magic game won’t be available since it is on NBA TV.

However, during the NBA regular season, you can watch nearly every out-of-market game with a subscription to NBA League Pass Online. You can try NBA League Pass with a subscription to 7-Day Free Trial.

You can stream this game without cable on Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, & Mobile with a Live TV Streaming Service like DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. If you haven’t tried it before, you can get a Subscription to DIRECTV STREAM.

Only one more quarter stands between the Atlanta Hawks and the win they were favored to collect going into this night. Three quarters in and their offense has really been able to impose its will, dominating the Orlando Magic 96-73. Point guard Trae Young has led the way so far for Atlanta, as he has 23 points and four assists in addition to four rebounds.

The Hawks and Orlando both experienced trouble in their last games, but one is bound to make up for it today. At this point it looks like Atlanta might take this one, but there’s still plenty of time for a reversal of fortune.

After five games on the road, the Orlando Magic are heading back home. They will take on the Atlanta Hawks at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday at Amway Center after having had a few days off. Orlando has been on the wrong side of a one-way rivalry with Atlanta and is hoping to record their first win since Feb. 26 of last year.

The game between the Magic and the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday was not particularly close, with Orlando falling 106-94. Orlando was down 85-62 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. The top scorers for Orlando were point guard Cole Anthony (21 points) and small forward Franz Wagner (20 points).

Meanwhile, the Hawks were within striking distance but couldn’t close the gap on Monday as they fell 132-126 to the Houston Rockets. Atlanta was up 101-88 at the end of the third quarter but couldn’t hold on to the lead. One thing holding Atlanta back was the mediocre play of small forward Kevin Huerter, who did not have his best game: he finished with only five points on 2-for-10 shooting in his 33 minutes on the court.

Orlando is expected to lose this next one by 7.5. At 3-7 against the spread at home, they are no cash cow. That said, Atlanta isn’t so hot on the road, where they are 4-9.

Orlando is now 5-23 while the Hawks sit at 13-14. A pair of offensive stats to keep an eye on: The Magic have only been able to knock down 42.20% percent of their shots, which is the third lowest field goal percentage in the league. Atlanta’s offense has more to brag about, as they they rank fourth in the league when it comes to points per game, with 111.4 on average. So the cards are definitely stacked in their favor.