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Toronto Raptors vs. Utah Jazz Prediction, Preview – 3-9-2020

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The Toronto Raptors are coming off covering a -9 spread in the win over the Golden State Warriors. The Raptors are 4-6 ATS in their last 10 games.

The Utah Jazz are heading into the contest after falling just short from covering a -8 spread in the win over the Detroit Pistons. The Jazz are 5-4 as the favorite in their previous nine games.

Raptors looking for road success

Coming off their first NBA title, the Raptors have experienced a tremendous amount of success this season, holding one of the better marks in the Eastern Conference. They are well in the position to make a push towards a potential deep playoff run in the coming months. They have been able to continue to push their way forward despite no longer having Kawhi Leonard in the mix. They have a deep enough roster that has guided them to one of the better marks in the league. They have been able to push their way forward behind their veteran-laden roster that has had plenty of strong play throughout. That has seen forward Pascal Siakam take his game to the next level this season, earning his first All-Star selection.

Siakam has dealt with injuries this season, but that hasn’t slowed down his strong campaign that has seen him become the Raptors’ top-scoring option. He’s currently leading the team with 23.6 points while shooting 45.8 percent from the floor. In the previous two games, Siakam has tallied more than 15 points that have been topped by a 33-point outing against the Phoenix Suns. Toronto will need Siakam to put up a strong outing on the road against a highly formidable Jazz team. That will also put All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry has been a prominent factor offensively with back-to-back 20-point outings heading into Monday’s contest. If the Raptors hope to pull out a road win that will need their All-Sar duo to lead the way.

Jazz looking to stay hot at home

In the months heading into the 2019-20 season, the Jazz were pegged as being a serious contending in the stacked Western Conference. That wasn’t the case to begin the year, It was a predictable start as they have several new faces on the roster that are playing in prominent roles on the floor this season. However, they have continued to make progress in the right direction as the campaign has rolled along as they have balanced scoring across the board while they are led by two first-time All-stars as Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert have each been putting together highly productive seasons that have guided them to a promising spot.

Mitchell has further entrenched himself as being their leading offensive factor on the court as he”s averaging a team-best 24.4 points per contest while shooting 45.6 percent from the floor and 36.3 percent from beyond the arc. He’s entering Monday’s game after notching more than 15 points in four out of his previous five contests, including north of 20 points three times during that span. Meanwhile, Gobert has been their enforcer in the paint as their leading factor on both ends of the floor. He’s putting up another highly productive season with him proving yet again to be a Defensive Player of the Year candidate. Gobet has a pair of double-doubles in the previous three games played. Ultimately, the Jazz have hit a hot stretch that should continue against the Raptors on their home floor.

Toronto Raptors Live Stream Schedule


Wed, Oct 23vsNew Orleans7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Oct 26@Boston6:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Oct 27@Chicago7:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Oct 29vsOrlando6:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Oct 31vsDetroit6:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Nov 3@Milwaukee7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 7vsSacramento7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Nov 9@New Orleans8:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Nov 11@Los Angeles9:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Nov 12@LA10:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 14@Portland10:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Nov 17@Dallas8:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Nov 19vsCharlotte7:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 21vsOrlando7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Nov 24@Atlanta7:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Nov 26vsPhiladelphia7:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 28vsNew York7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Nov 30@Orlando7:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 2vsUtah6:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Dec 4vsMiami7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Dec 6vsHouston7:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 9@Philadelphia6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Dec 10@Chicago8:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Dec 12vsLA7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Dec 15vsBrooklyn7:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Dec 17vsCleveland7:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Dec 19@Detroit7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Dec 21vsWashington7:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 23vsDallas3:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Dec 24@Indiana7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Dec 26vsBoston12:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Dec 29@Boston7:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 30vsOklahoma City6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 1vsCleveland7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Jan 3@Miami7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Jan 5@Brooklyn6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 8vsPortland7:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Jan 9@Charlotte7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Jan 13vsSan Antonio6:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Jan 16@Oklahoma City8:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Jan 18vsWashington7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Jan 19@Minnesota8:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Jan 21@Atlanta2:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Jan 23vsPhiladelphia7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Jan 25@New York7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Jan 27@San Antonio4:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 29vsAtlanta7:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Jan 31@Cleveland7:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Feb 1@Detroit7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Feb 3vsChicago3:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Feb 6vsIndiana7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Feb 8@Indiana8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 9vsBrooklyn7:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Feb 11vsMinnesota7:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Feb 13@Brooklyn7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Feb 22vsPhoenix7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Feb 24vsIndiana6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Feb 26vsMilwaukee7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 29vsCharlotte7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Mar 2@Denver6:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Mar 4@Phoenix9:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Mar 6@Golden State10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Mar 9@Sacramento8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 10@Utah8:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Mar 15vsDetroit6:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 17vsGolden State7:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Mar 19@Philadelphia6:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Mar 21vsBoston6:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Mar 23vsDenver5:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Mar 25vsLos Angeles6:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Mar 26@New York6:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Mar 29@Memphis7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 31vsMemphis6:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Apr 2@Milwaukee8:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Apr 4vsMilwaukee6:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Apr 6@Houston6:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Apr 8@Washington6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Apr 9@Charlotte6:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Apr 11vsAtlanta6:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Apr 13vsNew York5:00 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Apr 15@Miami6:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Apr 16@Orlando6:30 AMYoupit Network

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Toronto Raptors


The Toronto Raptors are a Canadian professional basketball team based in Toronto, Ontario. The Raptors compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member club of the league’s Eastern Conference Atlantic Division. They play their home games at the Scotiabank Arena, which they share with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team was founded in 1995 as part of the NBA’s expansion into Canada, along with the Vancouver Grizzlies. Since the 2001–02 season, the Raptors have been the only Canadian-based team in the league, as the Grizzlies relocated from Vancouver, British Columbia to Memphis, Tennessee.

Like most expansion teams, the Raptors struggled in their early years, but after the acquisition of Vince Carter through a draft day trade in 1998, the team set league-attendance records and made the NBA playoffs in 2000, 2001, and 2002. Carter was instrumental in leading the team to their first playoff series win in 2001, where they advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals. During the 2002–03 and 2003–04 seasons, they failed to make significant progress, and Carter was traded in 2004 to the New Jersey Nets.

After Carter left, Chris Bosh emerged as the team leader. For the 2006–07 season, Bryan Colangelo was appointed as general manager, and through a combination of Bosh, 2006 first overall draft pick Andrea Bargnani, and a revamp of the roster, the Raptors qualified for their first playoff berth in five years, capturing the Atlantic Division title. In the 2007–08 season, they also advanced to the playoffs, but failed to reach the post-season in each of the next five seasons. Colangelo overhauled the team’s roster for the 2009–10 season in a bid to persuade pending free agent Bosh to stay, but Bosh departed to sign with the Miami Heat in July 2010, ushering in yet another era of rebuilding for the Raptors.

Masai Ujiri replaced Colangelo in 2013, and helped herald a new era of success, led by a backcourt duo of DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry. The Raptors returned to the playoffs the following year and became a consistent playoff team in every year of Ujiri’s tenure. Under Ujiri, the team also won five Division titles and registered their most successful regular season in 2018. However, the team’s failure to reach the NBA Finals prompted Ujiri to fire head coach Dwane Casey after the 2018 playoffs concluded, and conduct the high-profile trade of DeRozan for Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green later that summer, as well as acquiring Marc Gasol before the trade deadline. In the 2019 playoffs, the Raptors won their first Eastern Conference title and advanced to their first NBA Finals, where they won their first NBA championship.