Toronto Raptors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Sunday Game Preview, TV Schedule and Betting Line
The Toronto Raptors have a tough task tonight, and if they can rustle up anyone to guard Kevin Durant then they might have a shot.
That is not likely to happen though, and if you were trying to watch the Raptors get pooped on all night by Durant threes and Russell Westbrook dunks then here is the TV info for it.
TV: TSN2, FS-Oklahoma, DTV: 679, 753
The Raptors won their latest match by one in overtime, but just do not see them conjuring up the same magic tonight. Their coach likes what his crew showed in the latest win though, so we will see if they can keep their momentum going.
“They came out swinging, hit us with a hay-maker,” Dwane Casey said after the game. “And I’m proud of the way our guys fought back. That’s what the NBA is all about.”
The Oklahoma City Thunder are favored (-11), and have to say think they will cover that spread and then some against a lesser Eastern Conference opponent. West teams know that if they cannot beat the East teams, then the playoffs are a pipe dream. The Raptors seem to be in full tank mode though with all the trades they have been making, and they might just have their eye on Andrew Wiggins who just so happens to be a Canadian. That would be a fantastic combination, and Wiggins has even said in the past that he wanted to play for the Raptors one day so this should be a good thing to keep an eye on.
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