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Orlando Magic to donate ticket revenue to charity

Friday night's game will help the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.

Gregory Shamus

The Orlando Magic will donate $10 of every ticket for Friday's game to the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, according to the NBA's official website.

The Magic will host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday. The Magic are donating the money in recognition of National Hunger and Homeless Awareness month, which is November.

The team will also distribute material to fans at the game to raise awareness, according to NBA.com. The Magic and the Coalition have worked together for the past 20 years.

The Magic are 3-6 this season. After starting the year with a 2-0 record, Orlando has lost six of its last seven games. The Magic's only win in that stretch came against the Detroit Pistons on Friday night. Orlando came away with a narrow 110-106 victory.

Orlando will play the Atlanta Hawks and the Detroit Pistons this week before playing the Cavaliers on Friday night.

Fans can buy tickets to Friday night's game through this link.

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