But if the nearly impossible match-up were to happen, here is how I think it would pan out.
The Magic are notorious for their three-point shooting ability, as they shot 37 percent from behind the arc in the regular season.
Both are both run-and-gun teams that were the first and sixth best scoring teams in the regular season respectively. As a result of this, the number one priority of both Orlando and Phoenix should be defense.
In terms of the actual teams, Phoenix and Orlando have minimal depth, but Phoenix has the advantage here thanks to Leandro Barbosa, Goran Dragic, and Jared Dudley. Another advantage that the Suns would have is Robin Lopez over Dwight Howard.
This may be shocking to most of you, but when you think about it, Howard cannot shoot free throws successfully and his range is limited to eight feet.
On the other hand, Lopez's strength is his mid range shot and he is a 70 percent free throw shooter compared to Howard's 59 percent. This proves my argument that the Magic's "superstar" is actually an overrated waste of space in Orlando's rotation.
Rashard Lewis has been nonexistent the entire series versus Boston and if the Magic advance to the finals, this could carry over to June.
There are too many obstacles for the Magic to overcome if they were to face the Suns, so I am sure you can guess my prediction.
Series Prediction: Suns over Magic in five games (4-1).
(Check out my profile tomorrow for match-up number three: Los Angeles Lakers Vs. Orlando Magic.)