Raptors vs. Wizards Prediction and Odds: Wizards Look to Remain Unbeaten at Home

The Washington Wizards are unbeaten at home and are in a good spot to keep that streak going tonight against the Raptors.
The Washington Wizards are unbeaten at home and are in a good spot to keep that streak going tonight against the Raptors. / Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

The Washington Wizards will host the Toronto Raptors tonight at Capital One Arena. The Wizards are off to a hot start to the season with a 5-2 record including a 3-0 mark at home. Toronto is also having a positive beginning to the year with a 5-3 record and a perfect 3-0 mark on the road. So, we have one team that hasn’t lost at home and one that hasn’t lost on the road. No matter what happens tonight, one of those undefeated records will fall by the wayside. 

The Wizards are also 5-2 ATS this year, proving that not only are they winning, but they are winning by a good margin. Washington is coming off a loss to the Hawks 118-111 before winning their previous three. Meanwhile, the Raptors are on a four game win-streak after wins over the Knicks, Magic, and two against the Pacers. This will also be the third road game in a row for Toronto. One thing to note, however, is that the Raptors are on a four-game ATS win streak on the road.

Here are the odds for this Eastern Conference showdown courtesy of WynnBET

Raptors vs. Wizards  Odds, Spread, and Total


  • Raptors +3.0 (-110)
  • Wizards -3.0 (-110)


  • Raptors +140
  • Wizards -160


  • 212.0 (Over -110/Under -110)

Raptors vs. Wizards  How to Watch

  • Toronto Raptors (5-3, 3-0 Away) vs. Washington Wizards (5-2, 3-0 Home)
  • Date:Nov 3, 2021
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: NBA League Pass
  • Venue: Capital One Arena

Raptors vs. Wizards  Prediction and Pick

The Washington Wizards have been one of the more pleasant surprises to start the year and are in a good spot to continue to stay hot. The Raptors will be without Pascal Siakam, and Scottie Barnes tonight and could be vulnerable to a hot team at home. 

However, guys like OG Anunoby and Gary Trent Jr. have stepped up to fill the gaps left by the other injured starters. Anunoby, in particular, went off for 36 points against the Knicks with six rebounds and a steal in 41 minutes on a career night. He now has at least 15 points or more in six of his eight games to start the year. 

As feel-good as that is, Anunoby’s career year wont be enough to secure a win on the road tonight. With the injuries the Raptors are dealing with, the Wizards are in a good spot here to go 4-0 at home and cover the three-point spread. 

Prediction: Washington Wizards -3.0 (-110)

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