Last night, a team that had never won a championship secured its first ever NHL title. Tonight, the Toronto Raptors will be aiming for the same goal, just in a different sport. After losing their first Finals-clinching chance Monday, the Raptors will have their second shot in the last game ever to be played in Oracle Arena. The Warriors hope to keep their championship streak alive, but will have to do so without Kevin Durant.

Game 5 was a roller coaster for both teams. After a promising start from the All-Star, Golden State lost Durant to an Achilles injury barely into the second quarter. The Raptors overcame a 14-point deficit and, with the help of Kawhi Leonard’s 26 points, had a six-point lead in the final two minutes of the game. But a clutch 3 from Klay Thompson (26 points), a second coming from Stephen Curry (31 points) and another from Thompson would prove to be enough for the two-time reigning champs. DeMarcus Cousins stepped up big for the Warriors with 14 points and 6 rebounds, which is something they’ll need to force a Game 7.

Game 6 tips off at 9 p.m. ET, and here’s a look at all of the betting action ahead of time.

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Raptors at Warriors

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Raptors +2.5
Total Points: 211.5
Money Line: Raptors +123; Warriors -139


Overall: Raptors 73-32; Warriors 71-32
ATS: Raptors 50-54-1; Warriors 45-57-1
O/U: Raptors 55-50; Warriors 50-53

Notable Prop Bets

Raptors: Kawhi Leonard o/u 31.5 points
Warriors: Stephen Curry o/u 33.5 points

Betting Trends

— The underdogs have won each of the last four NBA Finals games.

— The Warriors have failed to cover the spread in 10 of their last 11 Thursday games at Oracle Arena.

— Five of the Warriors’ last six NBA Finals games at Oracle Arena have gone OVER the total points line.

— The Raptors have won the second half in each of their last nine games as underdogs against the Warriors.

— The Warriors have won the first quarter in 13 of their last 15 home games.

— Stephen Curry has scored the first basket in three of the Warriors’ last five games.

— Stephen Curry has scored 33+ points in each of the Warriors’ last seven games following a win.

— Klay Thompson has scored 24+ points in each of his last four appearances at Oracle Arena.

— Kawhi Leonard has scored 31+ points in seven of the Raptors’ last nine road games.

— Marc Gasol has scored 15+ points in 11 of his last 14 appearances against the Warriors.

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

— Kyle Lowry has recorded seven or more assists in each of his last five appearances at Oracle Arena.

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