The Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets will face off during the NBA’s Friday slate, and if you’re interested in watching this game, we’ve got you covered on everything there is to know.
The Nets (14-9) have won four of their previous five games. In their previous outing, Brooklyn defeated the Los Angeles Clippers with 124-120 being the final score. Kyrie Irving (39), Kevin Durant (28), and James Harden (23) combined for 90 points while Kawhi Leonard (33) and Paul George (26) totaled 59 points.
The Raptors (9-12) enter this matchup on a two-game winning streak but have lost three of their previous five outings. Last game, Toronto won 123-108 against the Orlando Magic with Fred VanVleet’s 54 points setting a new franchise-record for points in a single-game.
Entering this matchup, the Nets trail only the Philadelphia 76ers (16-7) and Milwaukee Bucks (13-8) in the Eastern Conference standings. Meanwhile, the Raptors remain outside of the playoff picture by just a half game and trail the No. 1 spot by 6.0 games.
Here’s everything to know about the Toronto Raptors vs. Brooklyn Nets matchup during Friday’s NBA action.
How to Watch
- Date: Friday, Feb. 5
- Time: 7:30 PM ET
- Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn New York.
- TV Channel: ESPN, YES Network (Brooklyn Nets), TSN (Toronto Raptors)
Probable Starting Lineups
Kyle Lowry, Fred VanVleet, Norman Powell, Pascal Siakam, Aron Baynes.
Kyrie Irving, James Harden, Joe Harris, Kevin Durant, Jeff Green.
- OG Anunoby (Calf Strain) is OUT.
- Patrick McCaw (Knee) is OUT.
- Nicolas Claxton (Knee) is OUT.
- Spencer Dinwiddie (Torn ACL) is OUT.
According to OddsShark, the Brooklyn Nets are favored by 4.5 points by most oddsmakers in this matchup with the Toronto Raptors.
Brooklyn Nets 126, Toronto Raptors 115
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