Raptors Game Tonight: Raptors vs Heat Odds, Starting Lineup, Injury Report, Predictions, TV Channel for Jan. 29

MIAMI, FLORIDA - JANUARY 17: OG Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors celebrates against the Miami Heat (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FLORIDA - JANUARY 17: OG Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors celebrates against the Miami Heat (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /

The Toronto Raptors may look like they’ve had a rough stretch over the last few weeks given their record, but plenty of their losses have come against some of the best teams in the league. The latest Toronto Raptors odds once again have them losing to a contender.

Kyle Lowry and the Miami Heat will welcome Toronto to town for the second time in the last few weeks. Kyle Lowry’s playing status is still up in the air due to personal issues keeping him out of the lineup.

As this team has already proven, the always adaptable Erik Spoelstra is more than comfortable with mixing and matching different roster pieces to create new schematic wrinkles when certain stars are missing. That skill could help the Heat gain an edge over beaten-up Toronto.

Will Nick Nurse help this team win their second game in three nights after hanging tough against the Bulls? Will Miami’s depth overwhelm Toronto and hand them their second loss in Miami over the last few weeks?

Miami Heat vs Toronto Raptors Odds, Spread, Over/Under

The latest odds from WynnBET have Miami as -4.5 favorites against the spread, with this squad -110 (bet $110 to win $100) to cover. Miami is -195 on the moneyline, while Toronto checks at +160 (bet $100 to win $160).

The over-under in this contest is 208.0, with the under coming in at -110 and the over listed at -110. With two physical, defensive-minded teams facing off, Vegas is not expecting tons of points.

Raptors Starting Lineup Tonight

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Raptors Injury Report

Khem Birch remains out due to a broken nose. Fred VanVleet remains questionable.

Toronto Raptors vs Miami Heat Prediction

The Raptors have enough energy and defensive skill to hang with this Heat team for most of the game, but they might lack the horses needed to both slow down Bam Adebayo and figure out a way to corral Miami’s stable of shooters.

The Heat just have too much depth for Toronto to make a dent in with their own lackluster bench. The only chance the Raptors have at securing a convincing win is VanVleet authoring one of those games where he can’t miss from 3-point range.

Heat 109, Raptors 101

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What channel is the Toronto Raptors game on?

Saturday’s game will be broadcast at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on TSN for Canadian audiences as well as Bally Sports Sun for American fans.

Toronto Raptors vs Chicago Bulls Live Stream

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Raptors Next Game and Schedule

Toronto will take on some familiar foes, as they have rematches against the Bulls and Heat mixed in with two games against the Hawks.

Jan. 31 @ Atlanta

Feb. 1 vs. Miami

Feb. 3 vs. Chicago

Feb. 4 vs. Atlanta

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