Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors Predictions, Odds, Picks

  • The Toronto Raptors dominated the Brooklyn Nets in their last meeting.
  • Brooklyn look to get back on the winning track, having lost 7 of their last 10.
  • This is the second-leg of a home and home between these teams.

Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors Odds

Toronto Raptors vs Brooklyn Nets 7:30 PM EST, March 1st, 2022
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Head-to-Head: Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors

Brooklyn Nets
Head-to-Head Toronto Raptors
Steve Nash Head Coach Nick Nurse
32-30 (8th in East) Standing 33-27 (7th in East)
L-W-L-L Form W-L-L-W
111.8 (14th of 30) Off Rtg 111.6 (15th of 30)
112.1 (20th of 30) Def Rtg 110.9 (16th of 30)
98.9 (11th of 30) Pace 96.1 (26th of 30)

Leaders (Per Game)

K. Durant (29.3) PPG P. Siakam, F. Vanvleet (21.4)
A. Drummond (11.0) RPG P. Siakam (8.6)
K. Durant (5.8) APG F. Vanvleet (6.9)
A. Drummond (1.4) SPG G. Trent Jr. (2.0)
L. Aldridge, N. Claxton (1.1) BPG C. Boucher (1.0)
N. Claxton (.644)/K. Durant (10.5) FG%/FGM T. Young (.500)/P. Siakam (8.3)
S. Curry (.474)/S. Curry (3.6) 3P%/3PM F. Vanvleet (.398)/F. Vanvleet (4.0)

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Injury Report

Player Team Date Status Info
Kyrie Irving Brooklyn Nets 13 Feb 2022 Out (Ineligible) Irving is set to miss the next four games.
Joe Harris Brooklyn Nets 23 Feb 2022 Out (Ankle) There is still no update on Harris’ recovery.
Kevin Durant Brooklyn Nets 25 Feb 2022 Out (Knee) Durant is expected to return on Thursday.
Ben Simmons Brooklyn Nets 26 Feb 2022 Out (Back) There is no timetable for Simmons’ return.
OG Anunoby Toronto Raptors 25 Feb 2022 Out (Finger) Anunoby is having his fractured finger evaluated before a decision is made on his long term status.
Fred VanVleet Toronto Raptors 27 Feb 2022 Out (Knee) VanVleet was OUT for Toronto’s Monday (Feb 28) game.

How can the Raptors beat the Nets?

After blowing out the Raptors in their last matchup, the Raptors have a blueprint for how they can beat the shorthanded Nets. With the Nets sure to come out more focused, Toronto must maintain their defensive aggression.

The Raptors came out of the gate pressing full court against the Nets, which resulted in an early steal and basket. They maintained that aggression, winning 22 turnovers for the game and holding the Nets to 38.4% shooting from the field.

The Raptors give up one of the worst three-point percentage rates in the NBA, so they can’t allow their defensive aggression to hurt them in the end.

Raptors Key Player: (F) Scottie Barnes


The Toronto Raptors dominated in their last game against the Nets, mostly due to the incredible start of Scottie Barnes. The rookie star was unstoppable, and will definitely be encouraged in their second meeting.

In his last game, Barnes posted 28 points, 16 rebounds, 5 steals, and 4 assists. Barnes was locked in from the jump, converting on his first 10 field goal attempts.

The Toronto Raptors, usually weak on the glass, found themselves dominating the Nets due to the pace and tenacity that Barnes set.

How can the Nets beat the Raptors?

The Nets’ last game against the Raptors was a horror show. Brooklyn were dominated across the board, and will enter this game looking to regain some pride.

Last time against the Raptors, a big issue for the Nets was their inability to recover on shooters. Against a smaller team, the likes of Andre Drummond, Blake Griffin, and LaMarcus Aldridge looked stuck in mud against the faster Raptors.

The Nets allowed Toronto to shoot 51.5% from the field and convert on 18 of 38 three-point field goal attempts. If they can adjust to the Raptors’ shooting, they can remain competitive in this rematch.

Nets Key Player: (G) Bruce Brown


When the Nets last took on the Toronto Raptors, it seemed like Bruce Brown was the only one ready to come out and play. When Toronto upped the pace, Brown was the only one able to keep up.

The Nets swingman posted 14 points, 6 rebounds, a block, and a steal in 24 minutes of play. He was 5 of 11 from the field, the only Net who seemed to actively be hunting for his shot.

Brown set the tone for the Nets to open the game, but nobody else could keep up. The Nets will look for him to lead them once again, and set the standard on both ends.

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How to Watch Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors

Brooklyn Nets vs Toronto Raptors Information
Who Brooklyn Nets vs. Toronto Raptors
Where Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON, Canada
When 7:30 PM EST, March 1, 2022
How to Watch YES Network, TSN, NBA League Pass (Stream)

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