Toronto Raptors Odds

Here’s a complete look at how to bet on the Raptors in Canada, including the best Raptors odds available at Canadian online sportsbooks for tonight’s game plus the best Raptors NBA finals odds, prop odds and more.

Tonight’s Raptors odds

Check the best current odds for tonight’s Raptors game as posted at top Canadian online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to claim your bonus and start making your bets.

Raptors Finals, playoff odds

See below for the best current Raptors Finals odds posted at Canadian online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to start betting on the Raps to win the Atlantic, the East or the NBA Finals:

Pascal Siakam MVP, prop odds

Spicy P is an NBA MVP odds leader in certain circles. See below for the latest Siakam prop and MVP odds as posted at top online sportsbooks.

Next Up: Portland Trail Blazers

  • Opponent Record: 19-26
  • Scoring Rank: 20 (108.3 PPG)
  • Location: Scotiabank Arena
  • Date: Sunday, January 23, 2022

Betting Insights For The Trail Blazers Game

  • The Raptors record 5.4 fewer points per game (106.8) than the Trail Blazers give up (112.2).
  • Toronto has a 13-2 record against the spread and a 12-3 record overall when scoring more than 112.2 points.
  • The Raptors and the Trail Blazers rebound at about the same rate, with the Raptors averaging 1.3 more rebounds per game.
  • When Toronto earns the rebounding advantage they are 14-7-0 against the spread. When recording fewer boards, Portland is 5-13-0.
  • The Raptors make 43.6% of their shots from the field this season, which is four percentage points lower than the Trail Blazers have allowed to their opponents (47.6%).

Toronto Last 10 Games

Overall Record ATS Record O/U/P AVG Total AVG Pts Scored AVG Pts Allowed
6-4 7-3 3-7-0 216.7 106.4 103.3

Betting Lines And Odds For Raptors Vs. Trail Blazers

Raptors vs Trail Blazers Betting Information
Favorite Spread Total Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
Raptors -8 214 -338 +269

Raptors Betting Trends

  • Toronto is 24-19-0 against the spread this season.
  • So far this season, the Raptors have been installed as favorites by an 8-point margin or more six times and are 3-3 ATS in those games.
  • Toronto has gone over the point total in 53.5% of its opportunities this year (23 times over 43 games with a set point total).

Recent Meetings With The Trail Blazers

In their last five matchups, Portland has a 4-1 record in games against Toronto, while the Trail Blazers are also 2-1 against the spread when playing the Raptors.
Raptors vs Trail Blazers
Date Home Team Away Team Result
11/15/2021 Trail Blazers Raptors 118-113, POR
3/28/2021 Raptors Trail Blazers 122-117, POR
1/11/2021 Trail Blazers Raptors 112-111, POR
3/1/2019 Raptors Trail Blazers 119-117, TOR
12/14/2018 Trail Blazers Raptors 128-122, POR

Raptors Player Insights

  • Pascal Siakam puts up 21 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game, shooting 47.2% from the floor and 33.3% from downtown with 1.1 made 3-pointers per contest.
  • Gary Trent Jr. is putting up 16.3 points, 2.1 assists and 2.8 rebounds per game.
  • OG Anunoby averages 18.9 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game. At the other end, he posts 1.6 steals and 0.4 blocked shots.
  • Chris Boucher is posting 9.2 points, 0.3 assists and 5.9 rebounds per contest.

Injuries For Toronto Vs Portland

Raptors: Goran Dragic: Out (Personal), Khem Birch: Out (Nose), David Johnson: Out (Health Protocols)
Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard: Out (Abdominal), Cody Zeller: Out (Knee), Norman Powell: Out (Personal), Larry Nance Jr.: Out (Knee)

Raptors Player Props

Player Prop Bet Over/Under Average Per Game
Fred VanVleet Points 22.5 21.8
PRA 34.5 33.400000000000006
Rebounds 4.5 4.7
Assists 7.5 6.9
Precious Achiuwa Points 7.5 7.9
PRA 15.5 16.900000000000002
Rebounds 6.5 7.7
Assists 1.5 1.3

Raptors Upcoming Games

Raptors Upcoming Games
Date Opponent H/A Time TV Channel
Sun, Jan 23 Portland Trail Blazers H 6:00 PM ET -
Tue, Jan 25 Charlotte Hornets H 7:00 PM ET -
Wed, Jan 26 Brooklyn Nets A 8:00 PM ET -
Wed, Jan 26 Chicago Bulls A 8:00 PM ET -
Sat, Jan 29 Miami Heat A 8:00 PM ET -
Mon, Jan 31 Atlanta Hawks A 7:30 PM ET -
Tue, Feb 1 Miami Heat H 7:30 PM ET -
Thu, Feb 3 Miami Heat H 7:30 PM ET -
Fri, Feb 4 Atlanta Hawks H 7:30 PM ET -
Mon, Feb 7 Charlotte Hornets A 7:00 PM ET -

Basic Raptors bets

The launch of single-game betting across Canada opens up betting on individual Raptors games involving the following basic single-game NBA bets:

  • Raptors Moneyline: Bet on the Raptors or an opponent to win straight up. Get paid at either negative (favourite) or positive (underdog) odds locked in at the time you place the bet if you win.
  • Spread: Bet on the Raptors or an opponent to win with a spread set by oddsmakers factored into the final score.
  • Total (Over/Under): Bet on whether the Raptors and an opponent’s combined score will be over or under the line set by oddsmakers.

No. 1 Raptors betting secret

The one thing most people don’t know (but should) about betting the NBA is that scheduling hugely impacts winning. Teams don’t perform as well on the second night of back-to-back games. Teams playing a fourth game in five days are tired and ripe for upsets. Plus, teams at the end of long road trips don’t have the legs to play four quarters.

That means it’s important to check any team’s recent schedule before you bet on them. How many games they’ve played over the past week may impact their ability to win this one. A lot of travel or back-to-back games can tire teams out and prevent them from performing at their best. For the Raptors, a long West Coast road trip is often the catalyst to some “less than ideal” performances.

Raptors Vegas odds vs. local odds

Raptors game lines start out the same pretty much everywhere, even at Las Vegas sportsbooks. However, their NBA betting odds can end up different by tip off. Sportsbooks set lines trying to draw equal betting to each side. That way, they can realize the “vig” and earn a small profit without sweating the outcome of the game.

If more money is bet on one side, they’ll move the line to even out the betting again. However, only sportsbooks where the betting is uneven will make that change. Others do not, which is why lines that start out the same can end up different by tipoff. Of course, the Raptors are a Canadian team, which means there’s a chance more money is bet on the team in Canada than anywhere else. Therefore, the chances a Raptors betting line will move are greater here than anywhere else.

Raptors live betting odds

The launch of online sports betting across Canada means you can bet during live Raptors games at odds that change with the action. It’s the most fun and exciting way to bet on basketball, and online sportsbooks (and/or their apps) are really the only way to keep up.

The betting markets are the same as you’ll find before the game for the most part, but the odds change as the contest progresses. There are quarter-by-quarter, half-by-half and an increased number of in-game prop bets available as well. Just remember, the odds change fast, which means you probably can’t get a live bet down fast enough.

Raptors Draft Picks

Here’s a look at the Raptors’ draft picks over the past few years:

Draft YearRoundPlayer
20214th overallScottie Barnes
202029th overallMalachi Flynn
202059th overallJalen Harris (Two-way contract with the Raptors 905)
201959th overallDewan Hernandez (NBA G League)
201723rd overall OG Anunoby
20169th overallJakob Pöeltl (traded to San Antonio)
201627th overallPascal Siakam

Raptors franchise leaders

Here’s a look at the Raptors career leaders:

  • Games: DeMar DeRozan – 675
  • 3-Pt Field Goals Made: Kyle Lowry – 1,498 (and counting)
  • Rebounds: Chris Bosh – 4,776
  • Points: DeMar DeRozan – 13,296
  • Assists: Kyle Lowry 4,243 (and counting)
  • Steals: Kyle Lowry – 871 (and counting)
  • Points Per Game: Vince Carter – 23.4
  • Rebounds Per Game: Chris Bosh – 9.4
  • Assists Per Game: Damon Stoudamire – 8.8

Raptors coaching staff

Here’s a look at the Raptors’ coaching staff:

  • Head Coach: Nick Nurse
  • Assistant Coach: Trevor Gleeson
  • Assistant Coach: Mate Mitchell
  • Assistant Coach: Earl Watson
  • Assistant Coach: Jim Sann
  • Assistant Coach: Adrian Griffin
  • Assistant Coach: Jon Goodwillie

Past Raptors coaches

Here’s a look at the Raptors’ head coaches since 2000:

Nick Nurse2018-Present127-58 (2019 NBA Champions)
Dwane Casey2011-2018320-238
Jay Triano2009-201187-142
Sam Mitchell2004-2008156-189
Kevin O'Neill2003-200433-49
Lenny Wilkens2000-2003113-133

Toronto Raptors home games

The Toronto Raptors haven’t played a game in Toronto in 2021, but Scotiabank Arena is still the team’s home. Here are the key details:

  • Home Court: Scotiabank Arena (Formerly Air Canada Center)
  • Opened: Feb. 19, 1999
  • Address: 40 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2X2, Canada
  • Basketball capacity: 19,800
  • Owner: Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
  • Broke ground: March 12, 1997
  • Construction cost: CA$265 million
  • Other tenants: Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) (1999–present), Toronto Rock (NLL) (2001–present)

Raptors play-by-play & radio

Raptors games air on either TSN, with Matt Devlin on play-by-play and Jack Armstrong on colour, or Sportsnet, with Devlin on play-by-play and Leo Rautins on colour.

Toronto Raptors Radio is on The Fan 590 with Paul Jones and Eric Smith.

Where to watch or stream Raptors games

Raptors games air on either Sportsnet or TSN. You can also watch streams of the broadcasts online through a subscription to NBA League Pass.

What is the Raptors logo & mascot?

The Raptors’ logo started out as a basketball-playing cartoon dinosaur wrapped in the word “RAPTORS.” The colours were purple, black, red and grey. The logo is now a basketball featuring a raptor’s claw marks with the text “TORONTO RAPTORS” above and below it. The colours are red, black and white.

The Raptor is the team’s official mascot. He is a red velociraptor with basketball shoes and a No. 95 jersey, commemorating the year that the Raptors were established.

Who owns the Raptors?

The Toronto Raptors were established in November 1993, when the NBA awarded its 28th franchise to an ownership group headed by Toronto businessman John Bitove. The ownership group paid a then-record expansion fee of $125 million for the team. Local radio station owner Allan Slaight and Bitove each owned close to 40 per cent of the team. Vice President and Detroit Pistons legend Isiah Thomas also owned a 9 per cent stake in the team and Scotiabank around 10 per cent.

In 1996, Slaight exercised a clause in the ownership agreement forcing Bitove to buy Slaight’s shares or be bought out himself. Slaight ended up with 79 per cent of the team.

In 1999, Slaight sold the team to the Toronto Maple Leafs NHL club and what would then become Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, while a new shared facility, the Air Canada Centre (now Scotiabank Arena) was under construction. The deal was reportedly worth $467 million, including $179 million for the team and $288 million for the arena.

Bell Canada, Larry Tanenbaum and Rogers Communications bought a controlling interest in the Raptors and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment for a reported $400 million in 2012.

How much are Raptors tickets?

The average ticket price for a Raptors game at Scotiabank Arena was expected to rise to $150 per ticket from $109 in the 2019-20 season. However, it remains to be seen what ticket prices will be when the Raptors return to Toronto for the 2021-22 season. In their temporary home of Tampa, the average price for a Raptors ticket at Amalie Arena has been $100.

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Toronto Raptors franchise by the numbers

  • Forbes Valuation: $2.15 billion
  • Owner: Bell Canada, Larry Tanenbaum, Rogers Communications
  • NBA Championships: 1 (2019)
  • Numbers Retired: None
  • Top Rated Raptor on NBA2K: Pascal Siakam (87)
  • Most consecutive 30-point games: DeMar DeRozan (5)
  • Most All-Star Appearances: Kyle Lowry (6) (2015-2020)
  • Slam Dunk Champions: Vince Carter (2000), Terrence Ross (2013)
  • NBA Awards: NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard (2019), NBA Most Improved Player Pascal Siakam (2019), Rookie of the Year Damon Stoudamire (1996), Vince Carter (1999).
  • Most Conference Player of the Week Awards: DeMar DeRozan (10)
  • Most Conference Player of the Month Awards: DeMar DeRozan (3)
  • Biggest Comeback: Down 30 vs. Dallas Mavericks, Dec. 22, 2019.
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