Brooklyn vs Toronto Predictions
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The Nets are struggling right now to regain their balance and I;m not sure they have done that yet. I'll take the Raptors to cover.60%
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I think Brooklyn was just off defensively in Chi-town and let it get out of hand. With LeVert and Crabbe back in rotation they have some nice pieces to compliment this already overachieving Nets Squad. Adding a scoring big to your rotation, one of which really hasn't had one all year being that Valanciunas was out all year, will need to figure out it's identity. Certainly they are too talented to lose this game but I think Brooklyn just covers. I'll take the points.60%
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The Star: Kawhi Leonard banks in the winner as Raptors edge Nets
Nick Nurse had suggested Monday morning that Kawhi Leonard needed to go out and destroy some opponent, get himself riled up and simply take over a game.
Leonard moved a step closer to meeting that request Monday night, banking in the game-winning basket with 4.2 seconds left in a dramatic 127-125 win over the Brooklyn Nets at the Scotiabank Arena.
The Nets, one of the top five three-point shooting teams in the league, went 20-for-41 from beyond the arc and a D'Angelo Russell three with 50.
NetsDaily: Kawhi's clutch night dooms Nets in Toronto, 127-125
Kawhi Leonard is in fact a buzzkill.
Especially for the Nets.
With the Nets storming back in another late comeback, Leonard stepped into a 17-foot jump shot and put the Raptors up two with 4.2 seconds left. The Nets couldn't find an open look for D'Angelo Russell, who missed a contested three as time expired.
The Nets lost its second straight game, while the Raptors won its fifth straight, 127-125, Monday night in Toronto. The Raptors are 42-16 which is good for second place in the Eastern Conference. The Nets are now 29-29 with an unsteady lead for the sixth seed.
Brooklyn vs Toronto injuries and projected lineup.
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Brooklyn Nets (52% consensus). The new-look Toronto Raptors had just enough to get past one team from New York City on Saturday night. They will try to push their winning streak to five straight when they take on the other team from the Big Apple on Monday, when the Brooklyn Nets pay a visit... http://bit.ly/2iIdhx9
Fansided: Brooklyn Nets: 3 things to watch in 2nd trip to Toronto
The Brooklyn Nets are in their worst patch in more than two months as they head north of the border Monday night to face the Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena.
Brooklyn (29-28) has lost four of its last five after taking a 125-106 pasting at the hands of the lowly Chicago Bulls Friday night at home. The Nets are 21-10 since an overtime win over Toronto at home on Dec. 7 marked a major turning point in their season.
The Raptors have won four in a row, holding off the New York Knicks 104-99 Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in former Defensive Player of the Year Marc Gasol's first game with the club.
The Star: Monday NBA game preview: Brooklyn Nets at Toronto Raptors
Brooklyn: D'Angelo Russell, Joe Harris, Rodions Kurucs, Treveon Graham, Jarrett Allen.
Toronto: Kyle Lowry, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Pascal Siakam, Serge Ibaka.
Russell vs. Lowry
Nets point guard D'Angelo Russell has emerged as a force this year and has been added as an injury replacement to Saturday's all-star game. Kyle Lowry has been resurgent as a shooter in his last three games, going 13-for-27 from three-point range.
NEED TO KNOW
Brooklyn's Joe Harris and Toronto's Danny Green will compete against each other on Saturday in the three-point shooting contest as part of all-star weekend ... The Nets got key part Caris LaVert back from injury last Friday and he'll surely boost their playoff hopes ... In a minor roster move, the Raptors converted the two-way contact of centre Chris Boucher to a full NBA contract on Sunday.
NetsDaily: As Nets face Raptors, Atkinson says it's about the playoffs
The Nets took a frustrating loss to the Bulls on Friday night, going down 125-106 in what was really just a lackluster performance all the way through. Not much to celebrate except for Caris LeVert's return which we'll get into. I have some thoughts, obviously. The Nets are going to try and bounce back in Canada against the Raptors who made a potentially significant deadline acquisition by trading Jonas Valanciunas and Delon Wright for Marc Gasol. The Raptors are 41-16 -- including four straight wins -- and just a game back of first place in the East behind the Milwaukee Bucks.
Betting Prediction for Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors on February 11, 2019, 7:30 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Toronto will WIN , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
The revamped Toronto Raptors will look to unleash their newest toy in Marc Gasol when they host the Brooklyn Nets in their first home game after the trade deadline. The Raptors have had a pretty good track record when hosting the Nets in the T-Dot as Toronto has won seven straight home games vs Brooklyn and covered the spread in four of them. The Nets aren't the pushover they used to be but have failed to cover in their last three games as a double-digit underdog.The Raptors opened as 10.5-point favorites with a total of 229 (since moved to 226.5). Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2GzsFcj
Statfox free betting prediction: 108 to 113. Total score: 221. Bet the under!
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