A game after he scored 38 points in an 115-105 win over the Clippers, Stephen Curry leads the Golden State Warriors (5-4) at home against the Toronto Raptors (2-6) on Sunday, January 10, 2021. The Warriors are underdogs by points in the matchup, which tips off at 8:30 PM ET on NBCS-BA.
The betting insights in this article reflect odds data from FanDuel Sportsbook as of January 10, 2021, 12:41 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
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Injury Report as of January 10
Patrick McCaw: Out (Knee)
Alen Smailagic: Out (Knee),
Kevon Looney: Day To Day (Left Hip),
Andrew Wiggins: Day To Day (Quad),
Klay Thompson: Out For Season (Right Achilles),
Marquese Chriss: Out For Season (Leg)
Raptors and Warriors Records ATS
- With a mark of 2-6, Toronto has a losing record against the spread this season.
- When favored by at least 1.5 points, the Raptors are 1-3 against the spread in 2020-21.
- Toronto and its opponents have hit the over in 5 of 8 games this season (62.5%).
- Golden State holds a losing record ATS this season with four wins and five losses ATS.
- As at least a 1.5-point underdog, the Warriors manage an even 1-1 record against the spread.
- Five of Golden State’s nine games (55.6%) this season have not covered the over/under.
Head to Head
Norman Powell (37 points) led the Raptors past Damion Lee (23 points) and the Warriors 121-113 in their most recent matchup on Thursday. The Raptors were favored by 9.5 points in the game, but the Warriors covered the spread. The 234 total points in the matchup went over the 228-point over/under.
|Date||Favorite||Home Team||Spread||Total||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Game Type||Result|
|3/5/2020||Raptors||Warriors||-9.5||228||-468||362||Regular Season||121-113 TOR*|
|12/12/2018||–||Warriors||–||–||–||–||Regular Season||113-93 TOR|
|11/29/2018||–||Raptors||–||–||–||–||Regular Season||131-128 TOR|
|1/13/2018||–||Raptors||–||–||–||–||Regular Season||127-125 GS|
- 3/5/2020 DNP – Raptors: Fred VanVleet
- The Raptors are the league’s 16th-highest scoring team (111.9 PPG), while the Warriors allow the 26th-fewest points per game (117.9) in NBA action.
- The Raptors have been out-scored by 12 points this season (1.5 points per game on average), and opponents of the Warriors have out-scored them by 30 more points on the year (3.3 per game).
- Fred VanVleet leads the Raptors scoring 22.3 points per game.
- VanVleet’s points prop total for the contest is set at 18.5, 3.8 points less than his season average of 22.3.
- Toronto is led in rebounding by Pascal Siakam’s 7.9 rebounds per game and assisting by Kyle Lowry’s 7.4 assists per game .
- Siakam’s rebounding prop total for the matchup is posted at 7.5 boards, 0.4 rebounds lower than his season average of 7.9.
- VanVleet is the top three-point shooter for the Raptors, knocking down 3.8 per game.
- VanVleet’s three pointers made prop over/under for the contest is set at 3.5, 0.3 shots lower than his season average of 3.8.
- Toronto’s blocks leader is Chris Boucher, who collects 2.1 per game. OG Anunoby leads the team averaging 1.9 steals an outing.
- Anunoby’s steals prop total for the game is set at 1.5, 0.4 steals less than his season average of 1.9.
- The Warriors go-to guy, Curry, leads the team in both scoring (30.6 points per game) and assists (6.8 assists per game).
- Curry’s points prop over/under for the game is set at 27.5, 3.1 points less than his season average of 30.6.
- James Wiseman’s 5.9 rebounds per game paces Golden State’s rebounding effort. He also adds 11.0 points per game.
- Wiseman’s rebounding prop over/under for the game is posted at 3.5 boards, 2.4 rebounds lower than his season average of 5.9.
- Curry makes more threes per game than any other member of the Warriors, averaging 4.6 treys per game.
- Curry’s three pointers made prop total for the contest is set at 4.5, 0.1 shots lower than his season average of 4.6.
- Draymond Green is at the top of Golden State’s steals hierarchy with 1.6 steals per game and Wiseman leads the squad in blocks with 1.7 per game.
- Wiseman’s blocks prop total for the contest is set at 1.5, 0.2 blocks lower than his season average of 1.7.
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