Toronto vs Orlando Predictions
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*Consensus from 5492 predictions.
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Tough match but toronto wins , under 211.570%
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Raptors put on a defensive show in Game 2 and I expect them to do the same here. They got a reality check in Game 1 and I don't think Toronto is going to relax now, especially since the series is tied. I'm going with Raptors.
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Favorites stay hot pic.twitter.com/X2pbUrX4LE— B/R Betting (@br_betting) April 19, 2019
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Wow. And I like it on this one as well. Favorites stay hot pic.twitter.com/X2pbUrX4LE— B/R Betting (@br_betting) April 19, 201960%
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The Orlando Magic deserve respect based on how they finished the regular season and what they did in their game one victory. This line is too much respect. I think there is a clear gap in talent between these two teams and this line is too small considering what happened in game two.60%
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Toronto vs Orlando injuries and projected lineup.
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Toronto Raptors (59% consensus). The Toronto Raptors are soaring after notching the largest margin of victory in the franchise's playoff history. The Raptors look to follow up the 29-point triumph with another solid performance when they visit the Orlando Magic on Friday in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference first-round series... http://bit.ly/2iH70lk
Betting Prediction for Toronto Raptors vs Orlando Magic on April 19, 2019, 7:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Toronto will WIN , Orlando will Cover , and the Total will go Over .
After righting the ship and evening up the series at one game apiece, the Toronto Raptors head to the whimsical land of Orlando to face the Magic in Game 3. The Magic's second half of the season was fueled by defense and efficient shooting and they finished 9-1 SU in 10 home games after the all-star break. The Raptors were a decent road team throughout the regular season but went 1-1 in two games at Amway Center this year.The Raptors opened as 4.5-point favorites with a total of 210. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2IH4REu
Fansided: Magic Wands: Orlando Magic vs. Toronto Raptors -- April 19, 2019
Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPN, FOX Sports Florida
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Line: Raptors by 5.5
Tickets: $96-$2,453 on Vivid Seats
2019 Season Series: Raptors 93, Magic 91 in Orlando on Nov. 20; Magic 116, Raptors 87 in Orlando on Dec. 28; Magic 113, Raptors 98 in Toronto on Feb. 24; Raptors 121, Magic 109 in Toronto on April 1
Playoff Series: Game 1 - Magic 104, Raptors 101 in Toronto; Game 2- Raptors 111, Magic 82 in Toronto; Game 3 - April 19 in Orlando; Game 4 - April 21 in Orlando; Game 5- April 23 in Toronto
1) The Orlando Magic are focusing on ball movement and security to keep the Toronto Raptors from dominating as they did in Game 2, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel writes.
Raptors HQ: Three Questions from the Raptors ahead of Game 3 vs. the Orlando Magic
After a Kawhi-led thrashing, we spoke to managing editor Mike Cali of the Orlando Pinstriped Post to hear his thoughts before the Raptors head to Orlando for Game 3.
********<strong>From a Torontonian's perspective, Game 2's officiating seemed to benefit the </strong><a href="https://www.sbnation.com/nba/teams/orlando-magic"><strong>Magic</strong></a><strong> immensely, especially in the first half. I'm curious to hear your thoughts on the officiating from an Orlando Magic fan's perspective. </strong>
Allow me to answer this question in video form....
A no-call on a near-broken nose in Game 1 must be worth at least 10 make-up calls, right?
Raptors HQ: Raptors head to Orlando for crucial Game 3: Preview, start time, and more
Well, here we are. Game 3 in Orlando. The Raptors will have momentum on their side tonight, on the backs of crushing performances from Kyle Lowry and Kawhi Leonard in Game 2. But the Magic will have the home crowd, and it promises to be a raucous one.
This is Orlando's first playoff game at home since the 2011-12 season. Back then, they were leading the charge, such as it was, with Jameer Nelson, J.J. Redick, and Hedo Turkoglu (losing four-games-to-one against the Pacers in the first round).