The Toronto Raptors (17-23) host the Utah Jazz (29-11) as underdogs after Norman Powell racked up 43 points in the Raptors’ 116-112 loss to the Pistons. The matchup airs on SportsNet RM at 8:00 PM ET on Friday, March 19. The matchup has an over/under of points.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from DraftKings Sportsbook as of March 19, 2021, 1:05 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
Jazz vs Raptors Betting Odds
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Injury Report as of March 19
Mike Conley: Out (Rest),
Udoka Azubuike: Out (Ankle)
Jazz and Raptors Records ATS
- Utah has a 26-13-1 record ATS this year.
- The Jazz are 18-8-1 against the spread in 2020-21 when they are at least a 5-point favorite.
- 20 of 40 Utah games this season (50%) resulted in a total more than the contest’s over/under.
- Toronto has an 18-22 record ATS this season.
- For the 12th time this season, the Raptors are at least a 5-point underdog, where they have a record of 5-6 against the spread.
- 22 of Toronto’s 40 games (55%) this season have gone over the over/under.
- In Utah’s matchups this season, the Jazz and their opponents have exceeded Friday’s total of 229.5 points 16 times (40% of opportunities).
- 17 Toronto games this year (42.5% of its matchups) ended with a final score greater than Friday’s total of 229.5 points.
- This season the average total for Jazz games is 225.5 points, 4.0 fewer than the over/under of 229.5 points for this contest.
- Raptors’ games have an over/under of 224.6 points this season, 4.9 points fewer than the total points bet for this game.
- The Jazz’s average implied point total this season is 1.6 fewer points than their implied total in Friday’s game (115.4 implied points on average compared to 117 implied points in this game).
- This season, Utah has scored more than its implied point total for this matchup (117) 21 times.
- The Raptors’ average implied point total on the season (114.2 points) is 2.2 points higher than their implied total in this matchup (112 points).
- Toronto has scored more than 112 points in 21 games this season.
- The Jazz are the NBA’s third-highest scoring team (116.8 PPG), while the Raptors allow their opponents the 18th-fewest points per game (112.1) in the league.
- The Jazz have totaled 319 more points than their opponents this season (eight per game on average), and the Raptors have scored just 13 more points than their opponents (0.3 per game).
- Donovan Mitchell leads the Jazz scoring 25.1 points per game.
- Mitchell’s points prop total for the game is set at 25.5, 0.4 points higher than his season average of 25.1.
- Rudy Gobert paces Utah with 13.5 rebounds per game and Mike Conley leads the squad with 5.6 assists per outing.
- Gobert’s rebounding prop over/under for the contest is listed at 12.5 rebounds, 1.0 rebound less than his season average of 13.5.
- Mitchell hits 3.3 threes per game to lead the Jazz.
- Mitchell’s three pointers made prop over/under for the contest is set at 3.5, 0.2 shots greater than his season average of 3.3.
- Utah’s steals leader is Conley, who collects 1.4 per game. Gobert leads the team averaging 2.9 blocks an outing.
- Gobert’s blocks prop over/under for the game is set at 2.5, 0.4 blocks lower than his season average of 2.9.
- Fred VanVleet outpaced his teammates on the Raptors scoring front by putting up 19.9 points per game. He adds 4.3 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game this season.
- VanVleet’s PRA prop total for the game is set at 23.5, 7.2 less than his season average of 30.7.
- When it comes to Toronto leaders in rebounds and assists, the team has two players at the top: Pascal Siakam with 7.4 rebounds per game and Kyle Lowry with 7.5 assists per game.
- Lowry’s PRA prop total for the game is set at 30.5, 0.3 lower than his season average of 30.8.
- VanVleet is tops from three-point range for the Raptors, hitting 3.3 threes per game.
- VanVleet’s three pointers made prop total for the game is set at 2.5, 0.8 shots lower than his season average of 3.3.
- Toronto’s VanVleet has the top spot on the team’s steals leaderboard with 1.7 per game and Chris Boucher is first in blocks with 2.0 per game.
- VanVleet’s steals prop over/under for the game is set at 1.5, 0.2 steals lower than his season average of 1.7.
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