The Toronto Raptors will visit the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday, February 26th, in the fourth and final meetings between the two teams this season. Toronto has won each of the previous three meetings.
The 30-31 Raptors are in ninth place in the Eastern Conference. Toronto is ranked 21st in points per game and 11th in offensive rating. The Raptors have ranked seventh in opponents’ points per game and 14th in defensive rating.
The 38-25 Cavaliers are fourth in the Eastern Conference. Cleveland is ranked 26th in points per game and ninth in offensive rating. The Cavaliers have been elite on the less flashy side of the ball, ranking first in opponents’ points per game and third in defensive rating.
The Raptors are 11-18 on the road, while the Cavaliers are 25-7 at home.
Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Match Details
Fixture: Toronto Raptors at Cleveland Cavaliers
Date and Time: Sunday, February 26th, 6:00 p.m. EST
Venue: Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, Cleveland, Ohio
Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Injury Report
Toronto Raptors starting point guard Fred VanVleet is questionable to play due to personal reasons. Forward Otto Porter Jr. is out following season-ending surgery on his left foot.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will be at full strength as they do not have any players listed on their injury report.
|Fred VanVleet||Toronto Raptors||Questionable||Personal|
|Otto Porter Jr.||Toronto Raptors||Out||Foot|
Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Betting Odds and Spread
Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Starting 5s
Raptors – PG Fred VanVleet, SG OG Anunoby, SF Scottie Barnes, PF Pascal Siakam, C Jakob Poeltl
Cavaliers – PG Darius Garland, SG Donovan Mitchell, SF Isaac Okoro, PF Evan Mobley, C Jarrett Allen
Toronto Raptors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Betting Prediction
While the Toronto Raptors have looked much better since acquiring Jakob Poeltl at the trade deadline, they will face a Cleveland Cavaliers team that has been among the best in the Eastern Conference the entire season. Despite losing all three of their previous matchups this season, look for Cleveland to beat Toronto by at least seven points.