San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Prediction, NBA Odds

Payton Matthews | Updated Feb 07, 2023

The Raptors begin a five-game homestand Wednesday – their last game before the NBA Trade Deadline – against the rebuilding San Antonio Spurs.

San Antonio
February 08, 2023, 7:30 PM ET
Scotiabank Arena
Pointspread +10.5 +101
Moneyline +422
Over / Under o +233


Betting Action


Pointspread -10.5 -122
Moneyline -528
Over / Under u +233


Betting Action


Toronto is a heavy favourite on the NBA odds.

Spurs vs. Raptors NBA Betting Odds

If a key player on either side is scratched before the game, a trade could be pending. San Antonio is definitely a seller ahead of Thursday’s NBA Trade Deadline with centre and former Raptor Jakob Poeltl the most likely to go. Toronto is listening on OG Anunoby, Fred VanVleet and Gary Trent Jr.

Toronto looks for the season sweep as it bashed the Spurs 143-100 in San Antonio on Nov. 2, the worst home loss in franchise history. The Spurs were without a few guys, led by starters Keldon Johnson and Devin Vassell. Pascal Siakam had 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in just 28 minutes for the Dinos. Gary Trent Jr. had 24 points in 26 minutes. Every Raptors starter was at least plus-26 and every reserve saw action. San Antonio’s starting five combed for just 37 points.

The Raptors trail the all-time series 35-18 and 15-11 at home but have won the past four overall in it –covering the spread in each.

San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs did make a minor trade on Tuesday in landing centre Dewayne Dedmon and a 2028 second-round pick for cash considerations from Miami. That might make it easier to move starting center Jakob Poeltl by Thursday’s Trade Deadline. San Antonio is pretty clearly the worst team in the league right now on a nine-game losing streak and not many of those close. It was 128-104 in Chicago on Monday. The game was tied at 85 late in the third quarter when Chicago went on a 23-3 run to take control. Three Spurs starters were out injured in guards Tre Jones and Devin Vassell and rookie forward Jeremy Sochan. Vassell for sure won’t play here.

Toronto Raptors

OG Anunoby hasn’t played since Jan. 27 due to a wrist injury and will not play Wednesday. No reason to risk further injury with a potential trade imminent when the Raptors can easily win this game without him. Toronto finished its seven-game road trip at 4-3 on Sunday when it won 106-103 at Memphis despite trailing most of the game – the Grizzlies were without starters Ja Morant, Steven Adams and Dillon Brooks. Pascal Siakam scored 19 points, including a pair of free throws with nine seconds left, and the Raptors rallied from a 15-point deficit. Scottie Barnes scored 13 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter. Gary Trent Jr. had 10 points, ending his streak at 11 straight games with at least 15 points. Might be the last game in a Dinos uniform for Trent and Fred VanVleet.

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