Raptors Betting, Odds and Stats

Toronto Raptors

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Toronto Raptors Team Stats

The more information you have, the more chance you have of winning a bet on NBA betting apps. That's why we have supplied all the stats you need concerning the Toronto Raptors below: 

GP 82
PTS 112.9
FGM 41.88
FG% 0.459
3PM 10.73
3P% 0.335
FTM 18.37
FT% 0.784
REB 43.02
AST 23.9
STL 9.41
BLK 5.17
TO 11.22
PF 20.01

Toronto Raptors Player Stats

All the essential player stats for each player on the Toronto Raptors can be found right here: 

Stats 2022-2023
GP 42
MIN 14.6
FG% 0.421
3P% 0.254
FT% 0.563
REB 2.93
AST 0.6
STL 0.38
BLK 0.14
TO 0.36
PF 1.02
PTS 2.9

Toronto Raptors Betting Odds

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Toronto Raptors Next Games Odds

The odds for the Raptors next games will always be found below, so be sure to check back if you're looking to find out what odds USA sports betting sites are offering on them to win. 

Toronto Raptors Odds to Win the NBA Championship

The Toronto Raptors have enjoyed recent success in the NBA Championship, including their first win in 2019. Reckon they're in with a shot this year? Here are the latest odds on betting sites:

Toronto Raptors Odds to Win the Eastern Conference

Think the Toronto Raptors will be in the mix for the Eastern Conference title? Here is the latest betting on USA sports betting sites:

Toronto Raptors Betting Offers & Promo Codes

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Toronto Raptors Starting Lineups

It's always helpful to know what players are available for the next game, so it's definitely worth checking out our NBA starting lineups page. It will give you all the information you need on the latest injury news for the Toronto Raptors and the other NBA teams.

Toronto Raptors Prop Bets

You can bet on players to do well, even if the team are struggling, so it's always worth visiting our NBA player props page regularly to see if there are any Toronto Raptors props that you like the look of. You'll find the latest player prop markets that the best US betting apps are offering.

Toronto Raptors Game Picks

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Toronto Raptors History

While there are millions of NBA fans in Canada, it took until 1995 until any teams launched in the country. The Vancouver Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors both launched as expansion franchises in the same year, but after the Grizzlies moved to Memphis, the Raptors became the Great White North’s only NBA team.

The early years were rough for the Raptors, which is pretty normal for most expansion franchises. Following the trend of other expansion teams, the Raptors ended their struggles through a trade. In 1998, the Canadian team traded for Vince Carter, who the Golden State Warriors had just drafted. Carter led the Raptors to their first postseason appearance in 2000, and the team continued to make the playoffs for the next couple of years. During this success, the Raptors set NBA attendance records, proving a franchise in Canada could be successful.

However, 2003 to 2006 was a tricky period for the Raptors, with little success on the court. Things got worse when Carter was traded to the New Jersey Nets. After securing 2007 No.1 Draft pick Andrea Bargnani and the emergence of Chris Bosh as the team’s leader, the Raptors upset the odds to win their first-ever division title. Even with this regular season success, the Raptors still couldn’t make it count in the postseason. 

The 2013 season was crucial for the history of the Raptors and was the start of a long period of success. However, the foundations of that success were already in place through 2009 draft pick DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry, who the team picked up in 2012. With this pair of talented ballers, the Raptors made the postseason every year from 2013 to 2018. During this time, the team also secured four division titles and made the conference finals for the first time. LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers ended that dream, but a championship felt close.

The 2018-19 season will forever go down as one of the greatest in Canadian sporting history. DeRozan was traded away for the incredibly talented but unpredictable Kawhi Leonard. The franchise also picked up Marc Gasol to add some steel, and Pascal Siakam started to emerge from within the roster and dominate games. 

The Raptors went into the season with a rookie NBA head coach, Nick Nurse, and the success that followed was better than anyone imagined. The Raptors rolled to 58-24 in the regular season to claim the division title and second seed in the Eastern Conference. 

After beating the Orlando Magic 4-1, the Raptors would face the Philadelphia 76ers in the conference semifinals. The series would go to a seventh game in the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, where Kawhi Leonard made history. Tied at 90-90 with four seconds on the clock, Leonard hit the first ever Game 7 buzzer-beater in playoff history, with the ball bouncing agonizingly four times off the rim before settling and unleashing pandemonium in Toronto.

The Raptors went on to beat the Milwaukee Bucks in the conference final and the all-conquering Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals 4-2, with a Finals MVP performance from Leonard. Leonard moved on after that one magical season, but he etched his name into Raptors’ history forever.

Even without Leonard, the Raptors remain a threat in the playoffs with the talent of Siakam. Other NBA teams will want to avoid traveling north of the border in the postseason to such a dangerous opponent and vocal crowd.