The Toronto Raptors will host the Detroit Pistons in the second of four meetings between the two teams this season. Toronto won the first meeting by a score of 115-111.
The 26-31 Raptors are currently 11th in the Eastern Conference, however, they have won three of their past four games. Toronto is currently 19th in points per game and 12th in offensive rating. The Raptors are ranked tenth in opponents points per game and 17th in defensive rating,
The 15-42 Pistons are in 14th place in the Eastern Conference and have lost nine of their past 12 games. Detroit is currently ranked 24th in points per game and 26th in offense rating, while ranking 29th in both opponents points per game defensive rating.
Pistons vs. Raptors Match Details
Fixture: Detroit Pistons at Toronto Raptors
Date and Time: Sunday, February 12th, 3:00 p.m. EST
Venue: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Canada
Pistons vs. Raptors Player Prop #1: Pascal Siakam Over 23.5 Points (-120)
Pascal Siakam is currently averaging a career-high 25.2 points per game while shooting 47.7% from the field, 34.0% from three-point range and 76.9% from the free-throw line. The Toronto Raptors star is 14th in the league in scoring and has finished with at least 24 points in 25 of his 47 games played this season. While he was inactive for the Raptors first meeting with the Detroit Pistons, look for Siakam to take advantage of their poor defense as he finishes with at least 24 points once again.
Pistons vs. Raptors Player Prop #2: Bojan Bogdanovic Over 21.5 Points (-110)
Bojan Bogdanovic is also having the best offensive season of his career, averaging a career-high 21.5 points per game while shooting 48.5% from the field, 40.9% from three-point range, and 88.3% from the free-throw line. The Detroit Pistons forward has scored at least 22 points in 27 of his 54 games played this season. Look for Bogdanovic to once again finished with at least 22 points on Sunday.
Pistons vs. Raptors Player Prop #3: Gary Trent Jr. Over 18.5 Points (-110)
Gary Trent Jr. is averaging a career-high 18.6 points per game while shooting 44.2% from the field, 36.9% from three-point range, and 83.4% from the free-throw line. The Toronto Raptors guard has scored 19 points in 28 of his 50 games played this season, including five of his past seven games. Look for Trent Jr. to score at least 19 points against a Detroit Pistons defense that has struggled all season.