Toronto Raptors vs. Milwaukee Bucks Prediction, Preview, and Odds – 3-19-2023


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This Sunday, the (34-36) Toronto Raptors will travel to Milwaukee, WI to take on the (50-20) Milwaukee Bucks. Tipoff will be at 8:00 PM EST inside the Fiserv Forum. This will be the third meeting between these two teams this regular season, as the Bucks won the last battle, 130-122.

The Toronto Raptors are coming into this one after taking down the Oklahoma City Thunder, 128-111. They looked great on both ends of the floor, as they will have to stay hot in this one if they want to challenge the Bucks on the road.

The Milwaukee Bucks are entering this game after falling to the Indiana Pacers, 139-123. They were not good on the defensive end of the court, as they will have to apply more pressure if they want to pick up another win at home.

This game was written/published before last night's results.

The Toronto Raptors are currently in ninth place in the Eastern Conference standings as they are 16 games back from the Bucks. They are also (5-5) in their last 10 and they've won two games straight. On offense, they are scoring 112.8 points per game and they have shot 45.6% from the floor. This is the 22nd most points scored per contest and the 26th-highest team shooting percentage. According to, the Raptors have the 11th-highest adjusted offensive rating in the NBA. Pascal Siakam continues to lead the way on the offensive end of the court, as he is scoring 24.2 points per game on 47.2% shooting from the floor. Toronto has also shown that they are more successful when they are attacking the basket. They have only shot 33.9% from behind the arc, which is the 27th-highest three-point shooting percentage in the NBA. The Raptors have also shot 78.2% at the charity stripe, which is the 18th-highest free-throw percentage i n the league.

On the defensive end of the court, the Raptors are allowing 112.1 points per game and they have allowed their opponents to shoot 49.2% from the floor. This is the sixth least amount of points surrendered per game, but the 28th-highest shooting percentage allowed. According to, the Raptors have the 16th-lowest adjusted defensive efficiency rating. The Toronto Raptors have continued to leave shooters open, as they have struggled to defend on the perimeter as well. They are allowing their opponents to shoot 37.7% from behind the arc, which is the second-highest three-point shooting percentage allowed. The Raptors are also snatching 42.9 rebounds per game, which is the 18th most.

Injury Report: Dalano Banton SF (Thumb) and Christian Koloko C (Nose) are questionable. Otto Porter Jr. SF (Toe) is out.

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