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    Trends and Indexes

    Sunday, May 12

    Good Luck on day # 132 of 2019!

    NOTE: As information becomes available, we will attempt to post the trends and indexes as soon as possible.Information is posted from what we believe are reliable sources.Any opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the posting member or BettorsChat.

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    Armadillo: Sunday's six-pack

    Odds to win the college football title next fall:

    2-1— Clemson Tigers

    5-2— Alabama Crimson Tide

    7-1— Georgia Bulldogs

    12-1— Ohio State Buckeyes

    14-1— Michigan, Oklahoma

    20-1— LSU, Auburn


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    Armadillo: Sunday's List of 13: Clearing out a cluttered mind…….

    13) Tip of the cap to Dick Vitale, whose V Foundation gala raised $4.3M this week to fight pediatric cancer. Vitale works very hard on this fundraising effort; good for him.

    12) Cubs 2, Brewers 1 (15)— Milwaukee is first team since the 1984 Indians to have their first two extra-innings games of a season go at least 15 innings.

    It was the Cubs’ third walk-off win in their last five games.

    11) Lakers signed Frank Vogel as their new head coach; he went 250-181 in six years as coach of the Pacers, then had two rough years in Orlando, going 54-110.

    Apparently Tyronn Lue passed on the job because he didn’t want Jason Kidd as an assistant.

    When Vogel was a kid, he appeared on Late Night with David Letterman, because he could spin a basketball on a toothbrush, while he was brushing his teeth. Wonder if he can still do that.

    10) Pro golfer Taylor Duncan hit his wife in the head with a shot this week; hope he wins a lot of money this week, to make up for it.


    9) I traded Luis Castillo in my fantasy league (for Corey Seager) which looks like a terrible trade, but how about the Miami Marlins trading Castillo TWICE?

    First the Marlins traded him to San Diego, but that deal got voided because one of the pitchers they got back from the Padres was hurt. Then they traded Castillo to Cincinnati, as part of a package for Dan Straily; I’m kicking myself for screwing up a fantasy league trade, and these geniuses bungle a deal when they run a franchise that is worth a billion dollars? Brilliant!!!

    8) Lakers/Knicks are having a pretty good duel to see which team can be more dysfunctional, and right now, LA might be winning. Hard to tell who is making the decisions for the Lakers, but whoever it is, they’re also doing a terrible job.

    When Luke Walton was gobbled up by Sacramento about ten minutes after the Lakers let him go, you got the idea that LA is a complete mess.

    7) Baseball injuries:
    — Tampa Bay put P Tyler Glasnow (forearm) on the IL; he is out 4-6 weeks.
    — Phillies put P Vince Velasquez (forearm) on the 10-Day IL.

    6) SouthPoint casino in Las Vegas put up an interesting college football prop bet Saturday:
    Odds to win national title this coming season:
    8-5: Alabama-Oklahoma-Ohio State
    3-2: Clemson-Georgia-Michigan
    12-5: Everyone else

    5) College basketball transfer portal:
    — California transfer Justice Sueing commits to Ohio State. Sit one year, play two. Averaged 14.3 ppg, 6.0 rpg. Someone wrote “Needs to work on his motor,” which really means “He doesn’t try hard all the time.” Pretty bright red flag right there.
    — Pacific G Ajare Sanni is transferring to UC Santa Barbara.
    — Memphis poached Little Rock grad transfer G Rayjon Tucker (41% of 3’s).
    — Mbacke Diong removed his name from the portal, will stay at UNLV.

    4) San Francisco Giants claimed OF Aaron Altherr on waivers from the Phillies.

    A’s traded P Edwin Jackson to Toronto for cash; Blue Jays will be Jackson’s 14th team.

    3) Golden State Warriors won three of the last four NBA titles, and the year they didn’t win was the year they went 73-9 in the regular season. Go figure.

    2) A’s 3, Indians 2— Oakland’s third walk-off win in last four days.

    1) The guy in Detroit who caught Albert Pujols’ home run Thursday (Pujols’ 2,000th RBI) had a change of heart and will give the ball to Pujols. Originally the guy had declined, saying he would just keep the ball. Apparently he turned down a few good offers of memorabilia combinations on Thursday, from both the Angels and Tigers.

    One small problem…….now Pujols says he doesn’t want the ball; I’m wondering if he thinks a switch has been made, and wouldn’t be 100% this was the actual baseball he hit.

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    Western Conference Semifinals – Game 7 -- Series tied 3-3

    No. 3 Portland at No. 2 Denver (-4/212.5), ABC, 3:30 p.m. ET


    May 9 – Blazers (-4) 119 vs. Nuggets 108 (Over 213.5)
    May 7 – Nuggets (-5) 124 vs. Blazers 98 (Over 213)
    May 5 – Nuggets (+3) 116 at Blazers 112 (Over 211)
    May 3 – Blazers (-5) 140 vs. Nuggets 137 (Over 215)
    May 1 – Blazers (+4) 97 at Nuggets 90 (Under 219.5)
    April 29 – Nuggets (-4) 121 vs. Blazers 113 (Over 215.5)

    April 7 – Blazers (-8.5) 115 vs. Nuggets 108 (Under 219.5)
    April 5 – Nuggets (-6) 119 vs. Blazers 110 (Over 216)
    Jan. 13 – Nuggets (-4.5) 116 vs. Blazers 113 (Over 217)
    Nov. 30 – Nuggets (+1.5) 113 at Blazers 112 (Over 214)

    Members of the Nuggets and Trail Blazers watched the Warriors eliminate the Rockets on Friday night with great interest that had little to do with the Western Conference finals.

    Had Golden State not pulled off a Game 6 upset to avoid a deciding game back in Oakland, it would be hosting the early game on Sunday and these two would be playing late at night, as has been customary in this series.

    Instead, the game will tip at 1:30 local time, which will make it just after noon as far as the body clocks of the Blazers are concerned.

    Denver has only played a handful of matinee tips and enters this one with wins in three of five, most recently defeating the Spurs in San Antonio in Game 4 of its first-round series, evening it up at 2-2. The Blazers have only lost one of their five early starts and defeated the Thunder on a Sunday afternoon to open these playoffs.

    The Nuggets have been excellent at Pepsi Center, winning five of seven during the postseason after posting an NBA-best 34-7 home record.

    The home team has won 78 percent of Game 7s throughout NBA playoff history, prevailing in 105 of 133 series-deciders, so considering the altitude and a homecourt advantage that has been the league’s best, the Blazers have their work cut out for them as they attempt to advance to their first conference finals since 2000. Denver is looking for its first appearance in a decade. Including this playoff run, Portland is just 23-23 on the road this season and comes in under .500 during the postseason.

    So how can they win, or at least cover for those brave enough to get the points?

    It’s going to have to start with slowing down the production of Nikola Jokic, who is averaging 26.8 points, 14 rebounds and 8.7 assists and has shot under .500 just once in the series. Enes Kanter has done his best and Zach Collins has performed better than anyone could’ve imagined entering this series, but neither can contain Jokic or throw him off his game. On the road, it’s going to be for Portland difficult to rattle the Serbian who has grown into a top-three NBA center.

    We might see the Blazers pull a page from the Warriors’ plan of dealing with Jokic, which consisted of speeding up the pace to make him uncomfortable in addition trapping in order to get him to give the ball up. Paul Millsap has been a terrific weapon alongside Jokic who can take pressure off him and serve as a small-ball five if need be, while Jamal Murray, Gary Harris, Will Barton and Torrey Craig have all excelled in their roles to put the Nuggets in position to advance despite failing in their first chance to take down the Blazers, who scored their second-highest total of the postseason when facing elimination on Thursday.

    This will be Denver’s second elimination game too, having defeated San Antonio to survive on Game 7 already. The Nuggets are favored by more than the 4-to-5 points they’ve been tasked with laying in every home game in the series and continue to get most of the action from the betting public.

    Damian Lillard is a dangerous guy to fade, especially coming off his highest scoring output of this series, shooting 6-for-13 from 3-point range to finish with 32 points in helping keep the Blazers alive in Game 6. He’s averaged 27.2 points thus far in the series, but is still just shooting 27.8 from beyond the arc after hitting 47 percent of his attempts against OKC in the first round.

    The total for Game 7 opened 212 ½ and that number has held solid as of Sunday morning. VegasInsider.com NBA expert Chris David offered up his thoughts and lean for the finale.

    “My initial thoughts on this game is that I feel bad for both clubs because they should be playing later instead of in the early afternoon slot at 1:30 p.m. MDT. I’m not sure if it will matter but neither of these teams are used to playing this early and while they’re professionals, routines certainly are a factor,” he said.

    “I also respect the oddsmakers and their numbers and after watching the ‘over’ go 5-1 in the first six games, they post a total that’s the second lowest in this series. Not to mention, the high side went 4-0 in the four regular season meetings between the pair. Should we believe the Game 7 nerves will take over? A tight game will shorten any game and possession basketball usually favors the ‘under’ but you could also get the 3-point-free-throw game at the end and those meaningless points always help ‘over’ wagers. I think Portland comes to play on Sunday and when the Trail Blazers have won on the road in this year’s playoffs, it’s because of the defense. Denver looked tight in its Game 7 win (90-86) over San Antonio in the first round and I’m expecting a similar outcome here. I would lean to the ‘under’ in the game and the Nuggets Team Total Under (109 ½) as well.”

    While the ‘over’ is 5-1 in the series and is 9-3 in the last 10 playoff games involving Denver. The high side is on a 6-1 run in Blazers’ games. The Blazers are just 3-18 on the road in the playoffs dating back to 2014, so they’ll have to overcome a poor history as a visitor in order to advance to the conference finals.

    The Nuggets opened the series as a slight favorite (-145) over the Trail Blazers (+125) according to Westgate, which is where the current odds also reside.

    Lillard played in all four regular-season meetings against Denver, averaging 21.3 points but shooting just 37 percent from the field and 28.6 from 3-point range. Expect CJ McCollum and Rodney Hood to continue to play large roles alongside him since Blazers figure to go small and ride out shooting come fourth quarter.


    Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game 7 -- Series tied 3-3

    No. 3 Philadelphia at No. 2 Toronto (-4/219) ,TNT, 7:00 p.m. ET


    May 9 – 76ers (+1.5) 112 vs. Raptors 101 (Over 211.5)
    May 7 – Raptors (-6) 125 vs. 76ers 89 (Over 212.5)
    May 5 – Raptors (+2) 101 at 76ers 96 (Under 216)
    May 2 – 76ers (+1.5) 116 vs. Raptors 95 (Under 216.5)
    April 29 – 76ers (+7.5) 97 at Raptors 89 (Under 220)
    April 27 – Raptors (-6.5) 108 vs. 76ers 95 (Under 223)

    Feb. 5 - Raptors (+2.5) 119 at 76ers 107 (Under 231)
    Dec. 22 – 76ers (-7.5) 126 vs. Raptors 101 (Over 222.5)
    Dec. 5 - Raptors (-6.5) 113 vs. 76ers 102 (Under 229)
    Oct. 30 - Raptors (-6) 129 vs. 76ers 112 (Over 227.5)

    Last Saturday, 76ers center Joel Embiid spent the night wishing for the sweet release of sleep, which is the only temporary way to relieve the torture of the type of flu he’s been dealing with. Embiid ultimately required an IV to get him ready to play in Game 4, which was effective enough only to help him float out there like a zombie for 35 minutes in a 101-96 home loss.

    If nothing else, Embiid will walk out on the Scotiabank Arena floor for this Game 7 feeling much better than he has in a week. Considering his effectiveness has been tied to his health in this series and he’s thoroughly dominated some games simply through his presence at both ends, the 76ers have to like their chances of battling back from a 3-2 deficit by pulling off a second upset of the Raptors in Toronto.

    The Raptors dropped Game 3 at home, looking like the inferior team in the series in falling behind by 19 points in front of their home to squander the 1-0 lead they built in blowout fashion. This series has been filled with twists and turns as Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler and Embiid have all taken turns dominating, so we’re about to see which coaching staff can most effectively neutralize what they know is coming in sets they’ve seen and plays they’ve defended against over the past few weeks.

    Head coaches Brett Brown and Nick Nurse have each seen their teams impose their will over lengthy stretches in this one, which is why many will be on the 76ers given the point spread and the star power they bring to the table. Toronto’s biggest advantage in this series was expected to be its depth, but the quality bench play it expected from backup point guard Fred VanVleet and wing scorer Norman Powell hasn’t materialized.

    The home team is 4-2 in this series, while the 'under' is also 4-2 despite losing last time out on the game's final basket inside the final minute after some questionable fouling. It took the number coming down to its lowest figure of the series for the 'over' to prevail, so it's no surprise that this decisive Game 7 sees the total down to 209. Philadelphia has been in the plus-six range through in all of its road games against the Raps. Tobias Harris has averaged 15 points over his last four games and has shot 50 percent only one in the six contests. He’s 10-for-38 from 3-point range in the series while J.J. Redick is on a 5-for-17 run over the last two contests. If either of them finds the range in Toronto, the 76ers have a great chance to advance.

    Embiid was the third-leading scorer on his own team in Game 6 but managed to finish an astonishing plus-40 in his time on the floor. The Raptors would love to see him land in early foul trouble and will likely attack the paint early to target him in the first few minutes before he goes to the bench. Since the Raptors have proven they can victimize Boban Marjanovic and Greg Monroe when they enter to give Embiid his break, look for Brown to limit his rotation to forward Mike Scott, wing James Ennis III and perhaps a more mobile big like Jonah Bolden or Amir Johnson.

    Serge Ibaka has been the lone consistent contributor off the Raps’ bench, Patrick McCaw and Jodie Meeks have barely played and Jeremy Lin can’t get off the bench before garbage time, so it’s essential that Leonard’s co-starters handle business to fill out some form of supporting cast for the player who has performed like the top weapon in this year’s Eastern Conference playoffs.

    Leonard is averaging 33.7 points in the series, increasing his playoff average to 31.0 entering what might wind up being his final game in a Toronto uniform. He’s missed his last eight 3-pointers over the last two games but is still shooting over 56 percent from the field in the series despite having to deal with Butler as a primary defender in addition to the length and athleticism of Embiid and Ben Simmons.

    Simmons has been criticized often throughout this series for coming up small and being scared to shoot, but he got off to a strong start in Toronto back in Game 1 by making seven of eight shots and comes off his most productive game of the series. After responding with a series-high 21 points in addition to eight boards and six assists to help the 76ers stave off elimination, Simmons will look to reverse his fortunes in Toronto, where he’s played really poorly the last two times he’s taken the floor in the series, committing as many turnovers as he has assists (9) while providing no threat outside the paint.

    Take your pick as to who the Raptors’ x-factor will be. Pascal Siakam has recovered from the calf contusion that nearly knocked him out of Game 4 but has lacked the explosiveness that made him such a force throughout most of the season, settling for 3-pointers in an effort to compensate. The 76ers have set the trap to leave him open from beyond the arc and he’s obliged by shooting 4-for-20 from 3-point range. The likely Most Improved Player award winner looked more like his normal self in Game 6, putting together his fifth 20-point output of the series. If he can come through more efficiently, Toronto should hold serve if the others in the starting five pull their weight.

    Kyle Lowry, Marc Gasol and Danny Green will all get plenty of opportunities to swing Game 7 and all three have variables in play that will dictate the Raps’ success and ultimately determine whether they’ll be able to cover this spread. Lowry must play a great floor game, Gasol has shot 30 percent in Toronto’s losses and nearly 52 percent in the wins and Green has connected on half of his 14 3-pointers in the wins and just 30 percent from beyond the arc in the losses.

    Even though Toronto dropped Game 2 and Game 3 in back-to-back fashion to Philadelphia, VI’s David believes that bettors should have confidence in the host on Sunday.

    “The Raptors were solid off a loss in the regular season, going 19-8 and that includes a 12-4 mark (80%) at home. More importantly, head coach Nick Nurse has really had his team ready after a bad loss. When losing by double digits this season, the club has responded with a 9-1 record and that includes their Game 4 road win in this series after everybody jumped on the Philadelphia bandwagon with its 2-1 series lead,” said David. “Winning Game 7’s on the road in the NBA don’t happen often and while Philadelphia has the talent to do so, it’s hard to back them based on their tendencies as a visitor. They had a losing road record (20-21) this season and when catching points, they went 11-13 both straight up and against the spread.

    “In the playoffs, they’re 1-2, with all situations coming in this series. The Game 2 outcome was Philadelphia’s only win. I mention those records because they never covered in any of those 15 losses as an underdog, losing by an eye-opening 17.3 PPG. It’s been more than apparent that when the going gets tough for Philly, they turtle up and hide. Based on that angle, a lean to the 76ers on Sunday would be better justified on the money-line at +220 instead of taking the points.”
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    Sunday, May 12



    Portland @ Denver

    Game 525-526
    May 12, 2019 @ 3:30 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Portland
    117.161
    Denver
    127.640
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Denver
    by 10 1/2
    223
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Denver
    by 5 1/2
    212 1/2
    Dunkel Pick:
    Denver
    (-5 1/2); Over

    Philadelphia @ Toronto


    Game 521-522
    May 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

    Dunkel Rating:
    Philadelphia
    125.586
    Toronto
    127.552
    Dunkel Team:
    Dunkel Line:
    Dunkel Total:
    Toronto
    by 2
    202
    Vegas Team:
    Vegas Line:
    Vegas Total:
    Toronto
    by 6
    209
    Dunkel Pick:
    Philadelphia
    (+6); Under





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    Long Sheet

    Sunday, May 12


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    PHILADELPHIA (58 - 35) at TORONTO (65 - 28) - 5/12/2019, 7:00 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    PHILADELPHIA is 7-18 ATS (-12.8 Units) in road games vs. division opponents over the last 2 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 8-18 ATS (-11.8 Units) after a win by 10 points or more this season.
    TORONTO is 16-3 ATS (+12.7 Units) in home games vs. division opponents over the last 2 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 147-119 ATS (+16.1 Units) in all games over the last 3 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 77-58 ATS (+13.2 Units) as an underdog over the last 3 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 162-125 ATS (+24.5 Units) when playing with 2 days rest since 1996.
    PHILADELPHIA is 19-7 ATS (+11.3 Units) after a division game this season.
    PHILADELPHIA is 49-32 ATS (+13.8 Units) versus poor defensive teams - allowing 106+ points/game - 2nd half of the season over the last 3 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 82-59 ATS (+17.1 Units) versus good offensive teams - scoring 106+ points/game over the last 3 seasons.
    PHILADELPHIA is 49-28 ATS (+18.2 Units) versus good offensive teams - scoring 106+ points/game - 2nd half of the season over the last 3 seasons.
    TORONTO is 211-266 ATS (-81.6 Units) when playing against a team with a winning record - 2nd half of the season since 1996.

    Head-to-Head Series History
    TORONTO is 11-7 against the spread versus PHILADELPHIA over the last 3 seasons
    TORONTO is 12-6 straight up against PHILADELPHIA over the last 3 seasons
    10 of 18 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons

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    PORTLAND (60 - 33) at DENVER (61 - 34) - 5/12/2019, 10:00 PM
    Top Trends for this game.
    DENVER is 29-19 ATS (+8.1 Units) in home games this season.
    DENVER is 15-7 ATS (+7.3 Units) vs. division opponents this season.
    DENVER is 13-5 ATS (+7.5 Units) in home games revenging a loss vs opponent this season.
    PORTLAND is 95-77 ATS (+10.3 Units) in all games over the last 2 seasons.
    PORTLAND is 20-11 ATS (+7.9 Units) after a win by 10 points or more this season.
    PORTLAND is 49-32 ATS (+13.8 Units) versus poor defensive teams - allowing 106+ points/game - 2nd half of the season over the last 3 seasons.

    Head-to-Head Series History
    DENVER is 11-6 against the spread versus PORTLAND over the last 3 seasons
    DENVER is 10-8 straight up against PORTLAND over the last 3 seasons
    13 of 18 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons

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    Armadillo's Write-Up

    Sunday, May 12


    76ers were held to 95 or fewer points in their three series losses; they scored 94-116-112 in their wins; under is 4-2 in this series. Embiid was +40 in Game 6; they’ll need a big game from him here— he was 9-18 from floor in Game 3, 19-56 in the other five games. Simmons was actually a productive scorer Thursday (9-13 from floor, with 6 assists/8 rebounds); he needs to score here, too. 76ers covered only once in last five visits to Canada- they won three of last five road games overall. Toronto covered four of its last five series games. Home side won nine of last 12 series games.

    Lillard/McCollum combined for 62 points in Game 6; their other three starters were combined 5-19 from floor. Denver’s bench was -45 in Game 6; who is going to step up? Nuggets were -10 in Plumlee’s 12:53 on floor in Game 6- they’re getting killed when Jokic is on the bench. Home side won seven of last nine series games; Trailblazers are 2-3 vs spread in last five visits here. Nine of last ten Portland-Denver games went over total, including five of six in this series. Under is 4-2 in Blazers’ last six wins; four of their last six losses went over. Portland coach Stotts is 16-33-2 vs spread in playoff games.




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    Trend Report
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    Portland Trail Blazers
    Portland is 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games
    Portland is 18-6 SU in its last 24 games
    The total has gone OVER in 6 of Portland's last 7 games
    Portland is 2-5 ATS in its last 7 games on the road
    Portland is 3-9-1 ATS in its last 13 games when playing Denver
    Portland is 4-9 SU in its last 13 games when playing Denver
    The total has gone OVER in 9 of Portland's last 10 games when playing Denver
    Portland is 2-5-1 ATS in its last 8 games when playing on the road against Denver
    Portland is 1-7 SU in its last 8 games when playing on the road against Denver
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Portland's last 5 games when playing on the road against Denver
    Denver Nuggets
    Denver is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of Denver's last 6 games
    Denver is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games at home
    Denver is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games at home
    The total has gone UNDER in 14 of Denver's last 19 games at home
    Denver is 6-2 ATS in its last 8 games when playing Portland
    Denver is 9-4 SU in its last 13 games when playing Portland
    The total has gone OVER in 9 of Denver's last 10 games when playing Portland
    Denver is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games when playing at home against Portland
    Denver is 7-1 SU in its last 8 games when playing at home against Portland
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Denver's last 5 games when playing at home against Portland

    Philadelphia 76ers
    Philadelphia is 7-3 ATS in its last 10 games
    Philadelphia is 7-3 SU in its last 10 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Philadelphia's last 8 games
    Philadelphia is 7-16 ATS in its last 23 games when playing Toronto
    Philadelphia is 6-19 SU in its last 25 games when playing Toronto
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Philadelphia's last 7 games when playing Toronto
    Philadelphia is 1-6 ATS in its last 7 games when playing on the road against Toronto
    Philadelphia is 1-15 SU in its last 16 games when playing on the road against Toronto
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Philadelphia's last 6 games when playing on the road against Toronto
    Toronto Raptors
    Toronto is 12-6 ATS in its last 18 games
    Toronto is 14-5 SU in its last 19 games
    The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Toronto's last 12 games
    Toronto is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 games at home
    Toronto is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games at home
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Toronto's last 6 games at home
    Toronto is 16-7 ATS in its last 23 games when playing Philadelphia
    Toronto is 19-6 SU in its last 25 games when playing Philadelphia
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Toronto's last 7 games when playing Philadelphia
    Toronto is 6-1 ATS in its last 7 games when playing at home against Philadelphia
    Toronto is 15-1 SU in its last 16 games when playing at home against Philadelphia
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Toronto's last 6 games when playing at home against Philadelphia


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    521Philadelphia -522 Toronto
    TORONTO is 16-3 ATS (12.7 Units) in home games vs. division opponents over the last 2 seasons.

    525Portland -526 Denver
    PORTLAND is 3-15 ATS (-13.5 Units) in road games after failing to cover 5 or 6 of their last 7 against the spread in the last 3 seasons.
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