Toronto Raptors to Face Oklahoma City Thunder on Feb. 4: Latest Odds

The Toronto Raptors are facing off against the Oklahoma City Thunder in their six-game road trip. The Thunder have fared well in their recent games, winning seven of their last nine, while the Raptors have struggled, losing six of their last seven.

The odds for the game have been set, and Toronto finds themselves in the 12th place in the Eastern Conference. They are three games behind the 11th spot and five behind the last play-in slot. Despite their recent struggles, the Raptors have been able to rely on the contributions of multiple players. However, they will be missing center Jontay Porter and potentially RJ Barrett for the upcoming game.

On the other hand, the Oklahoma City Thunder have had an impressive season. Led by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Chet Holmgren, the Thunder have a record of 34-15 and are tied for first place in the Western Conference. Holmgren has been especially impactful, averaging 16.7 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game.

In terms of injuries, the Raptors will be without Porter, while Barrett’s availability is uncertain. For Oklahoma City, forward Jalen Williams has been ruled out, and guard Tre Mann is questionable.

Betting trends for the game show that the under is 7-2 in Toronto’s last nine games, while Oklahoma City has won over 75% of its games this season in which it was favored to win. Additionally, the Thunder have the second-best record in the league against the spread.

Player prop trends suggest that Toronto guard Immanuel Quickley and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander have been delivering impressive performances.

Wagers to consider for the game include over 7.5 rebounds for Holmgren, over 30 points for Gilgeous-Alexander, over one made three-point shot for Bruce Brown, over seven rebounds for Jakob Poeltl, and over 18.5 points for Quickley. These are based on the players’ recent performances and potential impact in the upcoming game.