The San Antonio Spurs head north of the border to face the Toronto Raptors at the Scotiabank Arena as a 4-point road underdog. The Spurs are coming off a 134-121 lost to the Memphis Grizzlies, while the Raptors won their last contest in a close one vs. the Charlotte Hornets.
The Raptors are 13-4 SU in the Home Favorite role this season and average 117.12 points for and 107.47 in this situation. DeMar DeRozan and the Spurs are not in a great spot this evening as a Road Underdog, as they are 1-10 SU in this role and average 122.67 points for and give up 117.55 points against. Place a wager on Bookmaker.eu on this game.
San Antonio Spurs (16-21)
- Days Rest: 1
- Streaks: 1 SU Lost – 1 ATS Lost – 4 OVER
- Next Game: At Miami (10-5 SU – 8-7-0 ATS – 10-4-1 O/U) prior to playing the Heat.
Toronto Raptors (25-13)
- Days Rest: 3
- Streaks: 1 SU Win – 2 ATS Lost – 1 Over
- Next Game: At Oklahoma (6-8 SU – 10-11-1 ATS – 14-8-0) prior to playing the Thunder.
Raymond Report Predictions:
The Raymond Report has the Raptors winning by 8 points this evening vs. the Spurs and the total landing on 224.84.
- San Antonio Spurs Chances of Covering the Spread: 48%
- Toronto Raptors Chances of Covering the Spread: 57%
Ron’s Betting Tip: The Spurs have seemed to have turned things around the last month or so, as they are 5-1-1 ATS in their last 30 days on the road and are averaging 125.33 points for in their last 3 games.
Last 10 Head to Head Matchups
The Toronto Raptors have a short history of being frustrated by the Spurs, as San Antonio is 6-4 SU vs. the Raptors in their last 10 head to head meetings and have covered 70% of those games. In fact, the Spurs have covered the last 6 meetings vs. the Raptors and the OVER has cashed in 60% of the time.
Toronto Raptors 70% ATS Trend
|When TORONTO team played as a Home team – playing on Sunday – with 3 days off||7-3-0 (ATS)||8-2 (SU)||7-3-0 (O/U/P)|
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