Toronto Raptors will strive to win six games in a row for the first time since the end of November when they host Washington Wizards on Wednesday as 11-point favorites of NBA odds in sportsbooks watched by OddsShark.com.
Raptors opened a home game with six games Monday with a narrow 127-125 win over Brooklyn to improve to 12-1 in their last 13 matches. But in spite of the recent strong performance of the team in the hardwood home, Toronto remains one of the players at the Milwaukee Bucks East Leading Conference who entered Wednesday's Scotiabank Arena.
Toronto remains an unstable bet during his current jump. After failing to cover with 10-point chalk in Monday's victory, Raptors had already sent the winning winnings in just three of their last eight outings. The team also has an average of 4-4 ATS in eight home runs and only 13-15 ATS at home in the season according to the OddsShark NBA database.
Low score contributed to Rapters' fight to pay for sportsbooks. Toronto has limited opponents to 107 or fewer points in five of the six races, nourishing 9-3 for UNDER in bets. However, the team was dominant when it was preferred by 10 or more points in the home court, winning the final on 27 January 2017 and covering three of its last four such online gambling events.
Wizards continue their four-day trip on Wednesday after a 121-112 decision in Detroit dropped out as a 6-point winner on Monday night. Washington struggles badly on the way, losing SUs and ATCs in four out of five to fall to 7-22 on the road.
Washington's struggles are compounded by John Wall's injury, which ends with a season that will be lost up to 12 months after a torn Achilles tendon surgery.
The wizards demonstrated endurance after losing their star break, becoming 10-11 SU in the 21 outcomes of Dec. 26, but struggling badly in the last regular season meetings with Raptors, having finally lost in four consecutive and in 13 from March 2009.
A low score also marked the final dates between these two clubs in Toronto, with MORE prevailing in 11 of the 12 clash before the defeat of Washington 125-107 by Raptors as a 10.5-point home chalk on November 23.