The Raptors come into the game off the back of a 130-121 win on the road at the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. Toronto led 73-43 in the second quarter, but were given a scare as Oklahoma closed to within three points with 2:39 to play.
Norman Powell scored 23 points, while Pascal Siakam and O.G. Anunoby each added 21 points for the Raptors.
Now back to something approaching full-strength (coach Nick Nurse said Fred VanVleet should be ready to play this weekend too), Toronto shot a season-high 61.2% from the field against Oklahoma.
Toronto are averaging 110.8 Points per Game (PPG), while they are allowing 105.6 (PA). Siakam is averaging 24.6 PPG. They are 14-7 on home-court.
The Wizards were last in action on Wednesday night, when they went down to a 115-106 loss on the road at the Chicago Bulls.
Bradley Beal scored 23 points for Washington, although he had been a doubt as a result of right shoulder soreness. Jordan McRae had 16 points for the Wizrads.
Washington are averaging 114.6 PPG, while they are allowing 119.8 (PA). Beal is averaging 27.6 PPG. They are 5-16 on the road.
Toronto Raptors vs Washington Wizards Betting Lines & Prediction
Toronto are the obvious tips in predictions going into this game, but they are only available at prohibitive odds of -600 (1.17) with Sports Interaction on the Money Line, with Washington at +450 (5.50) with bet365.
So, we prefer the Point Spread market for the tips, where the Raptors -9.0 are -110 (1.91) with Sports Interaction.