Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks Predictions, Betting Odds, Picks, Point Spread

Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks

  • The Toronto Raptors have dropped four of their last five, also sporting an eight-man injured list.
  • The Dallas Mavericks continue to fight for the fifth seed in the Western Conference.
  • The Raptors blew out the Mavericks in their last game by 23 points.

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Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks Odds

Team Point Spread Total Money Line
Toronto Raptors +13 (-110)
TBA +700
Dallas Mavericks -13 (-112)
TBA -1250

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Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks Predictions and Picks

Our Pick
Due to injuries, the Toronto Raptors are significantly lacking in the talent department. Dallas on the other hand have the edge, looking for revenge for their earlier loss to the Raptors this season.
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Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks Information
Teams Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks
Location American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Time 9:00 PM EST, May 14th, 2021
How to Watch TSN, Bally Sports Southwest

Head-to-Head: Toronto Raptors vs Dallas Mavericks

Toronto Raptors Head-to-Head Dallas Mavericks
Nick Nurse Head Coach Rick Carlisle
27-43 (12th in East) Standing 41-29 (6th in West)
L-L-L-L Form W-L-W-W
112.2 (15th of 30) Off Rtg 115.2 (9th of 30)
112.3 (14th of 30) Def Rtg 112.7 (18th of 30)
99.2 (13th of 30) Pace 97.3 (24th of 30)

Leaders (Per Game)

P. Siakam (21.4) PPG L. Doncic (28.0)
K. Birch (7.4) RPG K. Porzingis (9.0)
K. Lowry (7.3) APG L. Doncic (8.6)
F. Vanvleet (1.7) SPG J. Richardson (1.1)
C. Boucher (1.9) BPG K. Porzingis (1.4)
K. Birch (.580)/P. Siakam (7.8) FG%/FGM W. Cauley-Stein (.635)/L. Doncic (9.9)
J. Harris (.500)/F. Vanvleet (3.3) 3P%/3PM M. Kleber (.410)/L. Doncic, T. Hardaway (3.0)

TOR: Find Easy Baskets

The Toronto Raptors are coming off of a loss to the Chicago Bulls. In that match they had just eight players available, seven when you consider Yuta Watanabe was taken off for injury after just nine minutes of play.

The Raptors weren’t dreadful on the offensive end, but they certainly weren’t considered good. In their loss they shot just 44.4% from the field, and 33.3% from three-point range.

The Raptors’ scoring was well spread out, by nature of their lack of bodies. Defeating the Mavericks will be an uphill battle, but they can overcome their lack of individual talent by getting out and running for easy baskets.

Raptors Key Player: (F) Stanley Johnson

The Toronto Raptors are begging for production from any position, but in their last game against the Chicago Bulls they found it from an unlikely place.

In his last game, Stanley Johnson posted 35 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, and three steals in 43 minutes of play.

Johnson played every position on the court, doing surprisingly well as an individual scorer. You can’t expect such production from him again, but he’ll definitely be running the offence for the Raptors frequently.

DAL: Maintain Control of the Game

The Dallas Mavericks will be playing the Toronto Raptors in their second-to-last game of the season. While they look like they should have control of the match, they can’t grow complacent.

The Mavs showed their maturity in their 125-107 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. While Dallas was facing a depleted side they maintained their quality, shooting 49% from the field and committing just eight turnovers on the evening.

The Raptors will likely try to get up and down to court, to avoid a halfcourt battle. Dallas will need to ensure they can change up their pace without getting sloppy.

Editor’s Picks

Mavericks Key Player: (F-C) Kristaps Porzingis

Kristaps Porzingis’ play will be ramped up as the Dallas Mavericks are preparing themselves for any post-season possibility. He has an advantage against the small Raptors frontline that head coach Rick Carlisle surely wants to exploit.

In his return against the Pelicans, Porzingis posted 19 points and five rebounds in 21 minutes of play.

His size and ability on the inside and out will be a massive issue for the Raptors, who allowed 17 threes in their last game.

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