Raptors vs Mavericks | A conference matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and Toronto Raptors are scheduled! It’s time to make another prediction and choice in our NBA odds series for the Raptors vs Mavericks game.

The Toronto Raptors just defeated the San Antonio Spurs 143-100. They managed to win by 40 points on the road, which is exceedingly difficult in the NBA. The Spurs were overwhelmed by the seven players who scored double figures. Toronto is now (5-3) and is in third position in the Eastern Conference.

The Mavericks have won two straight games after defeating the Utah Jazz and the Orlando Magic. The talk of the NBA at the moment is Luka Doncic, who is working hard to keep the Mavericks winning. Dallas is now 8th in the West with a record of (4-3) for the year. They want to defeat a formidable foe while maintaining their winning run.

NBA odds: Toronto Raptors +3 against Dallas Mavericks (-108)

-3 for Dallas Mavericks (-112)

Over: 216 (-110) (-110)

Under: 216 (-110)

The Raptors’ Potential to Cover the Spread

The Raptors have been deceptively effective despite not using much size. Scottie Barnes, Fred VanVleet, and Gary Trent Jr. do an excellent job of distributing the floor. Pascal Siakam can flourish as the team’s star player as a result.

With a season average of 25.6 points, 9.6 rebounds, and 7.9 assists, Siakam is ripping it up. Barnes is in third place with a 15.4 average, followed by Trent Jr. with a 20. They have six players with double-digit scoring totals, which makes it difficult for rival teams to stop them.

Keeping Luka under control as much as you can will be the key to this game. He is the NBA’s top scorer with 36 points a game and has shown he can score against any defence, including players who are 7 feet tall. There will be a tonne of offense in this game because the Mavs are ninth in the NBA in scoring with 115 points per game. The Raptors’ chances of covering this spread increase if they become more effective in stopping Luka.

The Mavericks’ Ability To Cover The Spread

Doncic just played a great game in which he scored 33 points on 12-20 shots. Off the bench, Christian Wood scored 21 and Spencer Dinwiddie scored 20. Although that three gels quite well, it’s not apparent why Wood is leaving the bench. It’s possible that head coach Jason Kidd prefers to start Javale McGee and only play him for eight minutes.

In any case, the Mavs are 7th in the league in terms of opponent scoring with 109 points per game. They continued to prevent opponents from having a great offensive night even though they were among the best teams the previous season.