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Fans might have witnessed the last game ever played in Oracle Arena on Friday night, unless the Warriors can pull out a win in Canada tonight and extend the series. The Raptors have all the momentum they could ask for to bring an NBA championship to Toronto for the first time ever. Although, Kevin Durant (calf) is listed as questionable, so we’ll want to keep an eye on his status heading into Game 5.

After missing Game 3, Klay Thompson came back as if he had never left, leading the Warriors with 28 points on six 3-pointers. Unfortunately for Golden State, Kawhi Leonard wasn’t phased. The Raptors’ superstar put up 36 points and 12 rebounds, recording his eighth double-double of the postseason. But the biggest surprise came from Serge Ibaka, who scored 20 points in a series where he has been fairly quiet. The Raptors will have three chances to lift the Larry O’Brien Trophy, otherwise, they will join the Warriors for the only team to blow a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals.

Game 5 tips off at 9:10 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
Total Points: 214.5
Money Line: Warriors +107; Raptors -121

Records

Overall: Warriors 70-32; Raptors 73-31
ATS: Warriors 44-57-1; Raptors 50-53-1
O/U: Warriors 50-52; Raptors 55-49

Notable Prop Bets

Warriors: Klay Thompson o/u 22.5 points
Raptors: Kawhi Leonard o/u 31.5 points

Betting Trends

— The underdogs have won each of the last three games between the Warriors and Raptors.

— The Warriors have covered the spread in 12 of their last 15 games as underdogs following a home loss.

— Five of the last six games between the Warriors and Raptors at Scotiabank Arena have gone OVER the total points line.

— The road team has won the third quarter in each of the last seven NBA Finals games.

— The Raptors have won the fourth quarter in each of their last five games against the Warriors.

— Stephen Curry has scored the first basket in two of the Warriors’ last four games.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33+ points in seven of his last nine outings.

— Andre Iguodala has scored eight points or less in six of his last seven outings.

— Draymond Green has recorded 10+ rebounds in 11 of his last 13 outings.

— Kyle Lowry has recorded seven or more assists in seven of his last eight appearances against the Warriors.


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