The Raptors are quite the opposite as they’ve hit some real stumbling blocks resulting in just two wins in their last six contests. Sacramento is 13-12-1 ATS at home this season and have covered the spread in four of their last six games at Golden 1 Center. Toronto has been struggling to find any sort of consistency, and all signs point to a loss for the Raptors as they run into a red-hot Sacramento team. Take the home side to win and cover. Over/Under: Over 238 The Kings have gone over the total just twice in their last five outings, while the Raptors have done it four times in that same stretch.
Pick against the spread, over/under for Raptors vs. Kings on WednesdayThe Toronto Raptors (21-27) face off against the Sacramento Kings (27-19) on Wednesday night with tip set for 10 p. m. ET from Golden 1 Center. The Kings are coming off a 133-100 blowout over the Grizzlies on Monday while the Raptors snapped their three-game losing skid with a 125-116 win over the Knicks on Sunday. O. G. Anunoby (ankle) is listed as questionable for Toronto ahead of tonight’s matchup after he was sidelined for the game against the Knicks.
The Kings only have Chimezie Metu (knee) listed as questionable for tonight’s game as well. DraftKings Sportsbook has the Kings favored by three points, priced at -150 on the moneyline while the Raptors come in at +130. The point total is set at 238. Raptors vs. Kings, 10 p. ET Pick ATS: Kings -3 (-115) The Kings have been somewhat quietly one of the best teams in the Western Conference as of late, now sitting in third place two full games ahead of the Pelicans. While they’re still 3. 5 games behind the Grizzlies, they’ve won seven of their last eight outings with the only loss coming as a narrow two-point defeat from the 76ers.
The last possible NBA Finals game is June 18. If you want to catch all of this season's action, check out the schedule below for the date, time and channel to watch the NBA in Canada. MORE: Expert predictions for 2022-23 season, including MVP and best record What channel is the NBA on in Canada? Full TV Schedule, live streams for 2022-23 season NBA regular season games will be spread across TSN, Sportsnet, RDS and NBA TV in Canada. You can stream games via the TSN App, Sportsnet NOW or NBA League Pass. All times below are Eastern. Times, dates and broadcast information are subject to change.
How to watch NBA games in Canada: Full TV schedule for 2022-23 season on TSN, Sportsnet channels & live streamsWondering which NBA games are on TV this week? We have you covered. Following a long offseason that featured surprising draft picks, blockbuster trades and no shortage of drama, the 2022-23 NBA season tips off on Oct. 18. The regular season will run through April 9 with each team playing the usual 82-game schedule. The Play-In Tournament will take place between April 11-14, followed by the NBA Playoffs starting on April 15.
Date Matchup Time (ET) Network Streaming Monday, Jan. 23 Celtics at Magic 7 p. m. — SN Now Bucks at Pistons TSN 5 Hawks at Bulls 8 p. m. NBA TV Canada Grizzlies at Kings 10:30 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 24 Celtics at Heat 7:30 p. m. Cavaliers at Knicks SN Now, TSN. ca/TSN App Clippers at Lakers 10 p. m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 Pacers at Magic Nets at 76ers TSN Nuggets at Bucks Timberwolves at Pelicans TSN. ca/TSN App Grizzlies at Warriors Raptors at Kings SN One Thursday, Jan. 26 Knicks at Celtics Bulls at Hornets Mavericks at Suns Spurs at Clippers Friday, Jan.