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NBA Basketball Betting: Orlando Magic vs. Toronto Raptors

NBA basketball betting Sunday features complete NBA betting opposites as Orlando meets the Raptors at Toronto.

NBA basketball betting has seen Toronto be about the worst value on the board while the Magic have been one of the top NBA betting values this year.  Orlando had a stellar NBA basketball betting record of 24-6 straight up which was good for first place in the Southeast Division.

The Magic were just that for gamblers as they went 20-9-1 against the basketball betting odds to be one of the most profitable teams on the board.  Orlando was an excellent NBA basketball betting road team as evidenced by their record of 10-3-1 against the spread.

The Magic were also reliable NBA basketball betting favorites with a mark of 14-8-1 against the number.  Orlando was an absolute NBA basketball betting cash cow as they covered the spread in 10 consecutive games from December 8 through December 27.  One of the big reasons for Orlando’s NBA betting success was Dwight Howard.

Howard led Orlando in scoring with an average of 20 points per game and was the ultimate “Windex Man” as he averaged 13.6 rebounds per game, keeping Orlando’s glass cleaner than anyone’s!

During their phenomenal NBA basketball betting run the Magic scored impressive wins over the Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz, and the New Orleans Hornets to further enhance their NBA betting “street cred”.

The Toronto Raptors, on the other hand, had an overall NBA basketball betting record of 12-18 straight up and just 11-18-1 against the basketball betting odds.  Toronto’s numbers against the NBA basketball betting spread are even more abysmal at home as they were 3-10 against the number on their own court.

As a NBA basketball betting dog the Raptors covered just 6 out of 17 games.  From December 14 through December 27 Toronto went into a NBA basketball betting slump in which they got the cash in just 2 out of 8 games.  Poor Chris Bosh deserves better than this as he led the Raptors in scoring with an average of over 23 points per game.

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