The Toronto Raptors (0-1) take on the San Antonio Spurs (1-0) at on Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 8:30 PM ET on KENS. The matchup’s over/under is set at .
The betting insights in this article reflect data from William Hill sportsbook as of December 25, 2020, 4:55 PM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
Raptors vs Spurs Betting Odds
Injury Report as of December 26
Patrick McCaw: Out (Knee)
Derrick White: Out (Toe),
Quinndary Weatherspoon: Out (Knee)
Raptors Key Players
Spurs Key Players
- Last season, the Raptors had a 45.6% shooting percentage from the field, which was 1.3% lower than the 46.9% of shots the Spurs’ opponents made.
- In games Toronto shot higher than 46.9% from the field, it went 25-9-1 against the spread and 33-2 overall.
- San Antonio had an 18-8-1 record against the spread and an 18-9 record overall when allowing its opponents to knock down more than 45.6% of their shots from the field.
- The Spurs shot at a 47.2% rate from the field last season, 4.4 percentage points above the 42.8% shooting opponents of the Raptors averaged.
- Last season, San Antonio had a 26-29-1 record against the spread and a 28-28 record overall in games the team collectively shot over 42.8% from the field.
- Toronto went 42-27-1 against the spread and 53-17 overall in games it allowed opponents to shoot above 47.2% from the field.
- The Raptors shot 37.2% from beyond the arc last season, 0.1% lower than the 37.3% the Spurs allowed to opponents.
- Toronto assembled a 28-12-1 record against the spread and a 37-4 straight-up record in games last season when the team connected on more than 37.3% of its three-point attempts.
- San Antonio put up a 17-14-1 against the spread while going 20-12 overall in games last season when its opponents shot better than 37.2% from downtown.
- The Spurs’ three-point shooting percentage last season (37.6%) was only 3.9 percentage points higher than opponents of the Raptors averaged (33.7%).
- San Antonio had a 24-20-1 ATS record and is 25-20 straight-up when the team hit more than 33.7% of its three-point attempts.
- Toronto had a 34-23-1 ATS record and a 44-14 straight-up record last season when it hit more than 37.6% of its three-point attempts.
- The Raptors’ 13.9 made three-pointers per game last season were 3.2 more made shots on average than the 10.7 per game the Spurs gave up.
- When Toronto made more threes than its opponents last season, it went 27-14-1 against the spread and 32-10 overall. When San Antonio was out-shot from beyond the arc by its opponents, it was 17-27-2 ATS and 20-26 straight up.
- The Spurs made the 26th-most three-pointers in the league a season ago, while the Raptors allowed the 25th-fewest makes from beyond the arc.
Raptors vs Spurs Stat Rankings
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