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NBA Finals

NBA Finals 2019: Odds and predictions for Game 5 between the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors

The Raptors return to Toronto with a 3-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA Finals.

MORE: Takeaways from a big-time Raptors win

With one win now standing between them and their first-ever title, will the Raptors take care of business on their home floor or will the Warriors extend the series?

Game 5 odds

According to Vegas Insider, the Raptors opened as the favourites to win Game 5.

Line: The Raptors are currently favoured by 3.5 points

Over/under: 212

Records against the spread:

  • Toronto Raptors: 13-9 in playoffs
  • Golden State Warriors: 8-11-1 in playoffs

Game 5 predictions

FiveThirtyEight.com's CARMELO predictions give the Raptors a 63% chance of winning Game 5. The Raptors are also now heavily favoured to win the series, with the site's model giving them an 89% chance.

Our Global NBA.com Staff weighs in with their picks for Game 5:

Scott Rafferty (@crabdribbles): Raptors 109, Warriors 99 (Raptors cover, over)

Matías Baldo (@matiasbaldo): Raptors 112, Warriors 100 (Raptors cover, push)

Alex Novick (@Anov_SN): Raptors 107, Warriors 106 (Warriors cover, over)

Micah Adams (@MicahAdams13): Warriors 107, Raptors 104 (Warriors cover, under)

Kyle Irving (@KyleIrv_): Warriors 110, Raptors 107 (Warriors cover, over)

Leandro Fernández (@FernandezLea): Warriors 109, Raptors 101 (Warriors cover, under)

Game 5 tips off at 9:00 p.m. on Monday, June 10. Click here for the full broadcast schedule.

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