Why You Should Bet on the Raptors to Beat the Thunder Thursday

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Mar/16/2017

The Toronto Raptors look like a good bet in the NBA Thursday night.

These are two teams with nearly identical records both Straight Up and Against The Spread.  Oklahoma City is 38-29 SU, 37-29-1 ATS and Toronto is 39-28 SU, 36-30-1 ATS.

Toronto is 13-5 ATS after a win by 10 points or more this season while OKC is 2-10 ATS in road games versus good offensive teams - scoring 106+ points/game this season.  Toronto is also 4-1 Against The Spread versus Oklahoma City over the last 3 seasons.

The line on this game was Raptors -2.5 and that is tonight’s free play.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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