Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors NBA Odds and Predictions
The 2018-19 NBA champions Toronto Raptors is set to lock horns against one of the hot favorites Brooklyn Nets in a thrilling encounter.
Raptors who didn’t have a particularly good 2019 season, have once again found themselves in a hole whereas Nets are looking for an upward trajectory after a slight setback in the recent outings. The game is scheduled to be held on 6th February in the Barclays center.
Despite the fact that the odds are yet to be revealed for this particular clash, the Nets have their noses ahead given that it is a home clash in addition to the momentum they are carrying.
Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors NBA Odds and Predictions: Players to watch out
Kevin Durant who has played as the shooting guard has loads of experience in NBA with an average of 30.8 points and 5.2 assists in 17 games. In his last game, he contributed with 28 points along with 9 rebounds.
Kyrie Irving who is the point guard has a field goal percentage of 53.5 while the shooting guard Caris LeVert who has a rating of 82 came up with 18.5 points per game along with 6 assists.
Joe Harris who is the small forward brings the power and versatility to the center with a free throw percentage of 61.5% and a field goal percentage of 51.2% in 23 games.
Pascal Siakam will be the power forward in the side with an overall rating of 86 and average of 20.4 points in every outing so far. He was one of the key contributors in the last game as he accumulated 12 points along with 8 assists.
Kyle Lowry is an important point guard with a field goal success of 41.5% and a 3-pointer conversion of 36.2% so far. He is the prime assist in the side and was there on the pitch for 34 minutes against Magic.
Aron Baynes who has played at the center position has tons of experience in NBA with an average of 5.3 points and 5.8 rebounds per game in his career. Fred Vanvleet is another important key guard who averages close to 20.4 points in every outing.
Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors NBA Odds and Predictions: Recent form
The Brooklyn Nets seems to have upped the ante after an initial setback in the Eastern conference. Despite grabbing important wins against Warriors and Celtics at the start of the season, they were pulled down when they lost to Hornets and Grizzlies.
They seemed to have shaken off the rustiness that has paved way for some dominating performances. In the last 6 games, they have stitched 5 victories and are on the verge of topping their group. They are currently sitting in 3rd spot with 14 triumphs and 9 debacles so far.
The Toronto Raptors didn’t get to the best of the getaways with three losses. They finally registered their 1st win of the season with a triumph against Knicks. Their bad form resumed yet again with three consecutive defeats that gave a big dent to their confidence.
They are well off their play-off spot as they are under the pump to win as many games as possible. They played Magic in the last game where they put up a formidable challenge to earn their 9th victory of the season.
They are currently reeling under pressure with 9 victories and 12 defeats in the season so far.
Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors NBA Odds and Predictions: Head-to-head:
Regular season (97 games): Raptors – 56 wins, Nets – 41 wins.
Playoffs played (17 games): Raptors – 9 wins, Nets – 7 wins.
Previous meeting: Nets won 101-91 on 12th February 2020 in a regular season fixture.
Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors NBA Odds and Predictions: Outright predictions
The odds for this particular game between Nets and Raptors will be updated on the day of the clash. Looking at the outright predictions, it is very clear that the Raptors have a very good chance to win the NBA championship whereas their opponents is right in the hunt to lift the title.
According to Oddschecker, the Raptors have the 7th best chance in the the Eastern conference while the Brooklyn Nets are considered as the 2nd favorites overall with heavy odds favoring them. On the other hand, visiting team is regarded to be one of the favorites to win the NBA championship with an outside chance to their opponents, based on SMarkets.