Total: 202.50 | -110.00 Over
Toronto has held Orlando under 100 points in each of the last eight meetings, including a 108-95 victory achieved 10 days ago. Orlando has averaged less than 90 points per game during its eight-game losing streak to Toronto.
The Raptors are playing well, especially at home where they are 4-0 holding their last three opponents at Air Canada Centre to an average of 86.7 points and 41.3 percent shooting from the floor.
Orlando is a very bad road team dropping 29 of its last 31 away from Amway Center. Only four times in these 31 games have the Magic reached triple-digits. The Magic are not a good perimeter shooting team and could be additionally distracted by what the Raptors will be wearing for this game to commemorate Remembrance Day. The Toronto players will wear special camouflage jerseys.
The teams did combine for 203 points in their first meeting. They are now more familiar with each other after such a short turnaround. It should be strongly noted, too, that the teams combined to shoot 72 free throws in that matchup with Toronto getting to the line 48 times. That certainly doesn't figure to happen again.
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