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NBA : Teaser Line Matchup
Tuesday 4/23/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore




ORLANDO (43 - 43) at TORONTO (61 - 25)
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Tuesday, 4/23/2019 7:05 PM
Eastern Conference - Round 1 - Best of 7 - Game 5 - TOR Leads 3-1
Board SideTotal
505ORLANDO+16Over 202
506TORONTO-8Under 210
ORLANDO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games43-43+1046-3738-48106.654.145.1%52.6106.553.345.7%52.4
Road Games20-25+6.624-1918-27104.453.944.0%52.7105.853.245.4%52.9
Last 5 Games2-3+2.23-21-497.249.042.1%50.0106.252.848.7%48.0
Playoff Games1-3+0.52-20-491.045.738.9%51.0104.251.547.8%50.2
ORLANDO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)106.654.140-8945.1%11-3235.3%15-1978.2%531025197135
vs opponents surrendering111.155.941-8946.0%11-3235.5%18-2376.6%541025218145
Team Stats (Road Games)104.453.939-8944.0%12-3235.5%15-1977.7%531025197125
Stats Against (All Games)106.553.340-8745.7%10-3034.7%16-2178.0%52923197124
vs opponents averaging11155.941-8946.0%11-3235.5%18-2376.7%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)105.853.239-8645.4%11-3034.6%17-2178.8%53924197125

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games61-25+1.540-4445-39114.057.247.4%52.7107.553.344.6%53.0
Home Games33-10-4.619-2322-20114.757.747.8%52.7106.953.444.0%53.5
Last 5 Games4-1-13-20-5107.455.048.7%53.092.846.039.5%48.6
Playoff Games3-1-22-20-4104.251.547.8%
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.057.242-8947.4%12-3436.6%17-2280.5%53925218135
vs opponents surrendering11155.941-8946.1%11-3235.5%18-2376.7%541025218135
Team Stats (Home Games)114.757.743-8947.8%12-3336.5%17-2180.0%53926219136
Stats Against (All Games)107.553.340-8944.6%11-3134.3%17-2276.6%531124208144
vs opponents averaging110.455.641-8945.8%11-3235.4%17-2376.6%531024217135
Stats Against (Home Games)106.953.439-9044.0%11-3135.5%17-2277.1%531124207155
Average power rating of opponents played: ORLANDO 95.6,  TORONTO 95.1
ORLANDO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/20/2019NEW ORLEANS119-96W-9.5W224U46-10245.1%661438-10237.3%5913
3/26/2019@ MIAMI104-99W3.5W205U37-8941.6%621536-8641.9%5111
3/28/2019@ DETROIT98-115L3.5L205O37-9439.4%561246-8653.5%5111
3/30/2019@ INDIANA121-116W1.5W205.5O47-9251.1%41748-9152.7%5515
4/1/2019@ TORONTO109-121L6.5L216.5O43-9346.2%531342-8450.0%4714
4/3/2019NEW YORK114-100W-13W212.5O45-9945.5%701338-8544.7%4112
4/7/2019@ BOSTON116-108W4W218O41-9045.6%531442-8947.2%4513
4/10/2019@ CHARLOTTE122-114W4.5W217.5O48-8854.5%46641-7852.6%398
4/13/2019@ TORONTO104-101W9.5W212U36-9040.0%551140-8845.5%5412
4/16/2019@ TORONTO82-111L10.5L212.5U30-8137.0%561742-8748.3%527
4/23/2019@ TORONTO              

TORONTO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
3/14/2019LA LAKERS111-98W-7.5W230.5U36-9139.6%601738-8544.7%5720
3/17/2019@ DETROIT107-110L1.5L214.5O39-8247.6%421239-8347.0%5110
3/18/2019NEW YORK128-92W-12W213.5O49-8855.7%631428-8532.9%4613
3/20/2019@ OKLAHOMA CITY123-114W5W227O45-8751.7%561743-10341.7%6217
3/22/2019OKLAHOMA CITY109-116L-2L225P39-7850.0%532142-9444.7%4312
3/28/2019@ NEW YORK117-92W-10W219.5U40-8944.9%51831-8536.5%6516
3/30/2019@ CHICAGO124-101W-10.5W214O46-8951.7%521141-9742.3%5713
4/3/2019@ BROOKLYN115-105W-2.5W228.5U44-10541.9%57741-8647.7%5914
4/5/2019@ CHARLOTTE111-113L-6.5L224P43-8053.7%501444-9446.8%436
4/9/2019@ MINNESOTA120-100W-7.5W227U46-8852.3%641838-9141.8%3912
4/19/2019@ ORLANDO98-93W-5.5L211U39-8744.8%491329-8036.2%5216
4/21/2019@ ORLANDO107-85W-5.5W206U40-7553.3%461434-8142.0%4117
ORLANDO: LAST SEASON: 25-57, missed playoffs.
COACH: Steve Clifford (first season, sixth NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Evan Fournier (17.8 ppg), G D.J. Augustin (10.2 ppg), F Aaron Gordon (17.6 ppg), F Jonathan Isaac (5.4 ppg), C Nik Vucevic (16.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: C Bismack Biyombo, G Mario Hezonja
KEY ADDITIONS: C Mohamed Bamba, C Timofey Mozgov
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Gordon, armed with a new long-term contract at age 23, is expected to emerge as a team leader and All-Star in his fifth NBA season. Bamba, a 7-footer and first-round draft pick, and Isaac, who's listed as 6-10, will give the team a different defensive capacity with their enormous wingspans.
OUTLOOK: Clifford was an assistant
COACH under Stan Van Gundy when the Magic last qualified for the playoffs in 2011-12. In six seasons since, under four different head
COACHes, the Magic have averaged 26 wins and have not come close to a playoff berth. The roster appears deeper, especially at the big positions, but much of that depth depends on the health of the injury-prone Isaac, Gordon and Vucevic.
TORONTO: LAST SEASON: 59-23, lost in Eastern Conference semifinals.
COACH: Nick Nurse (first season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Kyle Lowry (16.2 ppg, career-high, 5.6 rpg), G Danny Green (8.6 ppg, San Antonio), F Kawhi Leonard (16.2 ppg in nine games, San Antonio), F Serge Ibaka (112.6 ppg), C Jonas Valanciunas (12.7 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G DeMar DeRozan, F Jakob Poeltl
KEY ADDITIONS: Leonard, Green, C Greg Monroe
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Leonard will be under intense scrutiny in his first season with Toronto, and his last before free agency. A former Defensive Player of the Year and NBA Finals MVP, Leonard was limited to nine games last season because of a thigh injury, and his relationship with the Spurs soured during his lengthy rehab. The Raptors will hope Leonard likes his time north of the border enough to sign a long-term deal with Toronto next summer.
OUTLOOK: A lot has changed since Toronto set a franchise record with 59 wins last season. The Raptors fired
COACH of the Year Dwane Casey and replaced him with Nurse, a first-time NBA head
COACH. Toronto also traded franchise icon DeMar DeRozan and C Jakob Poeltl to acquire Leonard and Green from the Spurs. The Raptors need to brush aside the issue of Leonard's future and use the regular season to get comfortable together so they can focus on postseason success.
Raptors rolling, looking to close out Magic

The Toronto Raptors will attempt to win four straight games in the same playoff series for the first time in franchise history when they seek to close out the visiting Orlando Magic in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference first-round series Tuesday night.

The Raptors have rebounded from a 104-101 home loss in Game 1 to take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. They are one victory away from a second-round matchup with either Philadelphia or Brooklyn.

Toronto's defense has dominated the series ever since D.J. Augustin's late 3-pointer stunned the East's second seed in the series opener.

Orlando made 14 of its 29 3-point attempts (48.3 percent) in Game 1. The Magic have since gone 29-for-111 (26.1 percent) while totaling just 82, 93 and 85 points after putting up 104 in the opener.

After a 2-for-5 effort in Game 1, Evan Fournier's shooting woes have mirrored the Magic's long-range issues. He's shot 5-for-23 from deep in the last three games.

He felt apologetic after his -- and his team's -- performance in 98-93 and 107-85 home losses in Games 3 and 4.

"It's tough, man, because these fans have been waiting for these games for so long and it's really disappointing to not give them a win," he told reporters after Sunday's loss. "That's a big reason why we want to come back here for a Game 6."

Getting the series back to Orlando will be no easy task. Toronto has rebounded from its Game 1 disappointment to win three games by a total of 56 points.

Kawhi Leonard leads the series in scoring at 28.0 points per game, but he's gotten plenty of help.

Pascal Siakam (22.3 points) also has outscored Orlando's leading scorer (Aaron Gordon, 16.3); Kyle Lowry has twice the number of total assists (34) as the Magic leader (Gordon, 17); and Toronto has five other guys -- Serge Ibaka (9.3), Danny Green (8.5), Marc Gasol (8.3), Norman Powell (8.3) and Fred VanVleet (7.3) -- averaging at least seven points per game.

"I feel like my teammates had a big part (in Sunday's win)," Leonard said. "With Norm playing great; Pascal shot the ball well; Kyle did great, made big shots; Danny made a big shot at the end of the third; Marc played great; Fred came in and knocked down shots ... I feel like we all played well tonight; we all had our hands on the game. It's not just me out there."

While Toronto has never previously won four straight in a playoff series, the Magic have a history of losing four in succession. In fact, it happened the last time Orlando made the playoffs, when it beat Indiana in the 2012 first-round opener before getting eliminated in five games.

Orlando, which also won on the road as part of a 2-2 split in the regular season, will tip off the must-win contest with vivid memories of having had success on the Toronto court.

"We've shown that we can win there before," Gordon noted to reporters Sunday. "That's the idea -- go out there and fight, definitely fight -- and potentially get back (to Orlando for a Game 6). We get a win out there, then the series is up for grabs."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 9/25/2020 12:55:32 PM EST

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