Wizards-Raptors: Injuries, DFS, Betting Trends, Props

Bradley Beal celebrates the team's win over the Denver Nuggets. - AP

The Washington Wizards open the season in Toronto against a Raptors team that won two of three games against them during the 72-game campaign last year.


Wizards-Raptors Odds

  • Spread: Raptors -2.5
  • Total: 223.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: +120

Odds via PointsBet


Injuries to Note

  • The Wizards are without Rui Hachimura, as the forward is still working his way back through the league’s protocols after arriving late to training camp/preseason (approved absence; personal).
  • Beal suffered a knee contusion in the team’s final preseason contest but he’s fine to play in the opener.
  • Toronto is without Pascal Siakam (shoulder).

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Washington Will Start Three Newcomers


Prop to Watch

Bradley Beal Under 26.5 points – Bradley Beal is an incredible scorer, though, over the past few years, he’s benefited more from getting in rhythm game-by-game. That, coupled with him likely to look to get some of his new teammates involved early as a facilitator, decreases the likeliness of a Beal scoring brigade in the opener.


Additional Odds & Ends

Toronto may struggle overall until Pascal Siakam returns, though, despite the All-Star being sidelined, Washington will have its hands full as it looks to acclimate all of its new parts.

  • Toronto has a 56% chance to win this contest (via PointsBet).
  • 58% of the bets are on the Raptors; 61% of the money is on the Wizards as of this writing.
  • The Raptors have beaten the Wizards eight straight times in Toronto.

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About the Author

Chris Crouse
As a co-owner of FortyEightMinutes.com, Chris Crouse wears many hats, including editor and marketing director. He previously covered sports business at CNBC and he has covered the NBA for various publications, including SLAM Magazine and Hoops Rumors, in addition to working on the business side of media.

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