ORLANDO, FL - MAY 02: Center Glen Davis #11 of the Orlando Magic defends Paul George #24 of the Indiana Pacers in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals in the 2012 NBA Playoffs at Amway Center on May 2, 2012 in Orlando, Florida. The Pacers defeated the Magic 97-74. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
The Magic without Dwight Howard are offensively challenged. Can they even up the series in Game 4?
When Indiana struggled offensively in Game 1, the Magic were able to come away with a win. But after two convincing wins by the Pacers, it's starting to look like that first victory was a bit of a fluke.
The Magic without Dwight Howard are a little bit light on offensive firepower: The 81 points they put up in that one win is their best production thus far this series. Looking down their roster, it's tough to figure out whether that's going to change: Although the Magic have shooters -- Ryan Anderson, J.J. Redick, Jason Richardson and Quintin Richardson -- they no longer have Howard down low to draw attention. Jameer Nelson can create his own drives and Glen Davis has been doing alright in the post, but it seems unlikely that the Magic can pull out many more wins unless the Pacers implode as they did in Game 1.
Here's how to see today's Game 4:
No. 3 Indiana Pacers at No. 6 Orlando Magic
2 p.m. ET -- Game 4, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals | Pacers lead, 2-1
National TV: ESPN | Local TV: FSN-FL
For more on tonight's NBA action, stick with this storystream. For a fan's perspective on the Pacers and Magic, check out Indy Cornrows and Orlando Pinstriped Post.