Here are the Raptors-Suns NBA odds, courtesy of FanDuelNBA Odds: Raptors-Suns OddsToronto Raptors: +1. 5 (-108)Phoenix Suns: -1. 5 (-112)Over: 220. 5 (-110)Under: 220. 5 (-110)How To Watch Raptors vs. SunsTV: Bally Sports ArizonaStream: fuboTV, NBA League PassTime: 9:00 p. m. ET/ 6:00 p. PT*Watch NBA games LIVE with fuboTV (click for a free trial)*Why The Raptors Could Cover The SpreadThe Toronto Raptors have had success against the Suns this year. They play an advantageous style of basketball when countering Phoenix’s defense, swinging the ball on the wings and penetrating the baselines.
They also have trouble covering spreads on the road as the game winds down. They’ll also be without one of their key players, OG Anunoby, as he was downgraded to OUT for this one. The Raptors will have to share the basketball and get Phoenix fouling early, earning them shots at the free throw line where they shoot 79% as a team. Why The Suns Could Cover The SpreadThe Phoenix Suns have been playing very well in the recent absence of Devin Booker.
NBA Odds: Raptors vs. Suns prediction, pick, how to watch - 1/30/2023NBA action continues on Monday night as the Toronto Raptors (23-28) head out west to face the hot Phoenix Suns (26-25). Both teams have been performing well as of late, so you won’t want to miss this pivotal matchup. Check out our NBA odds series for our Raptors-Suns prediction and pick. The Toronto Raptors are sitting just outside of playoff contention heading into the All-Star break. While they haven’t been bad as a team, they also haven’t had any luck with breaking cold streaks and snapping losing skids.
With Cam Payne and Landry Shamet also sidelined, the Suns have had to rely on the veteran leadership of Chris Paul through this point of the season. In their last game, Chris Paul and Mikal Bridges combined for 56 points and led them to a win in San Antonio. The emergence of Bridges as a key player on a contending team has been exciting to watch, and he’s impressed as much defensively as he has with his offense.
Pascal Siakam continues to grow as a star player for this Raptors team, but he’ll have to cut down on his fouls and stay in games in order to give his team a chance. Fred VanVleet continues to impress as well – he’s been passing the ball efficiently while limiting his turnovers. As a team that prides themselves on defense, they limit their opponents’ fast-break opportunities and stand tall in half court situations despite often having the smaller lineup. The Raptors haven’t been great as the visitors, going 8-16 on the road.
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