San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors: Odds, props, injuries, TV & more
Updated: Feb 12 2024 19:18
Published: Feb 12 2024 18:28
Victor Wembanyama visits the Scotiabank Arena for the first time as the Toronto Raptors host the San Antonio Spurs in a clash between two teams outside of the playoff hunt.
Despite the fact that the Spurs are last in the Western Conference and the Raptors are 12th in the Eastern Conference, each of these teams has a solid collection of young talent that should give each franchise a sense of optimism when looking to the future.
Wemby is the jewel in the Spurs' crown, while Devin Vassell, Keldon Johnson, Jeremy Sochan, Malaki Branham, and Tre Jones are finding out how they fit in the NBA amid a tough season on a bad team. The Raptors' life has been a little easier, led by Scottie Barnes, RJ Barrett, and Immanuel Quickley.
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Odds
TOR Raptors -6.0
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Information
Where is San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors? Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
When is San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors? 7:30 PM ET, Monday, February 12
How can I watch San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors? TSN, NBA League Pass
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Props
San Antonio Spurs Injury Report
Charles Bassey: Knee, out for season Marcus Morris: Not with team, out
Toronto Raptors Injury Report
The Raptors are fully healthy heading into the February 12 game against San Antonio.
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Stats
The Toronto Raptors are 11-14 at home while the San Antonio Spurs are 5-22 on the road.
San Antonio scores 112.0 points per game, the sixth-fewest in the league, while the Raptors' average of 113.9 points per game is the NBA's 11th-fewest.
The Spurs are the fourth-worst team based on points allowed with 120.9 per game, and Toronto is the 11th-worst in that category as it allows 117.5 points per game.
San Antonio attempts the fifth-most field goals per game with 91.0, aided by the team's pace of 101.4 possessions per game which is fifth in the league.
Toronto plays much more slowly than San Antonio, averaging 98.6 possessions per game for the league's 16th-fastest pace.
Both teams like to move the ball: the Raptors and Spurs are ranked second and third in assists per game respectively, which each team averaging 29.2 per game.
The Spurs rank seventh in the league with 5.9 blocks per game, and just over half of those are accounted for by rookie phenom Wembanyama, who averages a league-leading 3.0 blocks per game.
The Raptors run in transition about 20 percent of the time, and the Spurs do so at a similar rate of 18.9 percent according to NBA tracking stats.
San Antonio and Toronto rank seventh and eighth respectively in frequency of shots stemming from players cutting to the basket.
The Spurs attempt the second-most shots per game from catch-and-shoot scenarios with 31.2 such attempts per game.
The Raptors score the fifth-most points in the paint per game with 22.4.
Both teams rank in the NBA's top 10 among points per game from catch-and-shoot attempts.
San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors Head-to-Head
This is the second and final meeting between the Raptors and Spurs this season. The teams met on November 11, where the Raptors won 123-116 in overtime in San Antonio.
Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.
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