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The Warriors had won 12 straight Game 1s going into Thursday night, but the Raptors had different plans for the two-time defending champs. The first-time NBA finalists maintained home-court advantage in the series and will look to protect it again tonight. Heading to Oakland with a 2-0 series lead will be crucial for the Raptors, especially since the Warriors are hopeful Kevin Durant will be healthy for Game 3 or 4.

If the NBA Finals ended after Game 1, Pascal Siakam would be the MVP. The Raptors’ forward shot 82.4% from the field, scoring a playoff career-high 32 points in his NBA Finals debut. Toronto may not be able to rely on 30-plus point performances from Siakam every night, but he’s certainly proven himself to be a key factor for the Raptors’ success. Stephen Curry continued his impressive play with a game-leading 34-point night. Draymond Green recorded his fifth triple-double of the playoffs, but only added more fuel to the Raptors’ fire when he got into Toronto rapper Drake’s face after the game. It’s too early in the series to know who will have the last laugh, though.

Game 2 tips off at 8:07 p.m. ET, and here’s a look at all of the betting action ahead of time.

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Warriors at Raptors

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Warriors +2.5
Total Points: 214
Money Line: Warriors +117; Raptors -134

Records

Overall: Warriors 69-30; Raptors 71-30
ATS: Warriors 43-55-1; Raptors 48-52-1
O/U: Warriors 49-50; Raptors 54-47

Notable Prop Bets

Warriors: Stephen Curry o/u 32.5 points
Raptors: Kawhi Leonard o/u 30.5 points

Betting Trends

— The Raptors have won each of their last 11 games against Pacific Division opponents.

— The Raptors have covered the spread in each of their last five games.

— Each of the Warriors’ last five Sunday games as road underdogs have gone UNDER the total points line.

— The underdogs have won the second half in each of the last nine games between the Warriors and Raptors.

— The underdogs have won the third quarter in eight of the Warriors’ last 10 playoff games.

— Kyle Lowry has scored the first basket in four of the Raptors’ last eight games as home favorites.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33+ points in each of his last six outings.

— Klay Thompson has scored 21 points or less in 11 of his last 13 appearances in road games.

— Pascal Siakam has scored 26+ points in each of the Raptors’ last two home games against the Warriors.

— Fred VanVleet has scored 13+ points in each of his last four outings.

— Draymond Green has recorded 10+ assists in each of his last three outings.

— Kyle Lowry has recorded nine or more assists in each of his last five appearances against the Warriors.


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