Toronto has shot 78. 7% from the line, which is the 14th-highest free-throw shooting percentage in the NBA. On the defensive end of the court, the Raptors are allowing 112. 4 points per game and their opponents have shot 49. 1% from the floor. This is the 28th-highest shooting percentage allowed and the ninth-least amount of points surrendered per game. com, the Raptors have the 18th-lowest adjusted defensive rating in the NBA.
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 2-8-2023This Wednesday, the (14-40) San Antonio Spurs will travel to Toronto, ON to take on the (25-30) Toronto Raptors. Tipoff will be at 7:30 PM EST inside the Scotiabank Arena. This will be the second time that these two teams have matched up this season, as the Raptors won the last meeting, 143-100. The Spurs are coming into this one after falling to the Chicago Bulls, 128-104. They struggled on both ends of the court, as they will have to wake up on the road if they want to challenge the Raptors. The Toronto Raptors are entering this game after taking down the Memphis Grizzlies, 106-103.
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On offense, they are scoring 113 points per game and they have shot 45. This is the 19th most points scored per game and the 27th-highest team shooting percentage. com, the Raptors have the ninth-highest adjusted offensive rating in the NBA. Pascal Siakam continues to lead the way on the offensive end of the court, as he is scoring 24. 7 points per game on 46. 9% shooting from the floor. The Toronto Raptors are also shooting 33. 5% from behind the arc, which is the 28th-highest three-point shooting percentage in the league. Luckily, they have been better at the charity stripe.
On offense, they are scoring 112. 6 points per game and they have shot 45. 3% from the field. This is the 22nd most points per game and the 16th-highest team shooting percentage. According to dunksandthrees. com, the Spurs have the 28th-highest adjusted offensive rating in the NBA. Keldon Johnson continues to lead the way on the offensive end of the court, as he is scoring 21.
7 points per game on 44. 1% shooting from the floor. San Antonio has also shown that they struggle to consistently knock down shots from behind the arc. They have only made 34. 3% of their shots from deep, which is the 25th-highest three-point shooting percentage in the