Celtics vs. Raptors Game 7 odds

Celtics vs. Raptors Game 7 odds are finally here and we can all agree that the two best words in the English language are as follows: Game 7.

In what has been the toughest, most entertaining and well-coached series of the NBA Playoffs to date, Boston and Toronto will head to the seventh game of a series that the Celtics should have led 3-0, and the Game 7 odds are razor-close.

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I’m all the way here for this drama. 

Everything you need to know about the Celtics vs. Raptors Game 7 odds are below. Rob Dauster breaks down the Friday NBA Playoff odds for Celtics vs. Raptors Game 7, including moneyline, spread, over/under, and player props. BetRivers.com is proud to provide over 150 live betting options per game throughout the entirety of the 2020 NBA Playoffs.

CELTIC vs. RAPTORS Game 7 Odds

  • Game 7: 9:10 p.m. ET, TNT.
  • MONEYLINE: Celtics (-132), Raptors (+112)
  • SPREAD: Celtics -2.5 (-109), Raptors +2.5 (-112)
  • OVER/UNDER: 204.5 (-112/-109)
  • IMPLIED SCORE: Boston 103.25, Toronto 101.25

Now, I’ve been saying this all series, but I truly believe that Boston is the better team here. Nick Nurse making the adjustment to go away from Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka has helped mitigate that and put the Raptors in a position where they can win the series, but I still believe that Boston is the team that is getting the better shots. That doesn’t matter when Kyle Lowry goes and has a game like he did in Game 6, but if I’m going to lose a bet because Kyle Lowry puts on a show, I can live with that. 

What’s far more interesting to me here is the total. In the six games that have been played in this series, three of them have gone over 204.5 points. But one of those was an under that was stolen because the game went into double-overtime. Another was an under that was stolen by O.G. Anunoby hitting a three at the buzzer. And the third was the first game of the series, where 206 total points were scored. 

This game is going to be a dogfight.

Marcus Smart is, if Brad Stevens does what I expect, going to chase Kyle Lowry around for 48 minutes. We are just 48 hours removed for a game that went to double-overtime that saw the best players more than 50 minutes. 

When a pair of master tacticians are going head-to-head, expect them to find a way to slow each other down.

 Friday NBA Playoff Odds: BetRivers.com NBA Specials

  • Nuggets & Raptors both win (+716)
  • Kyle Lowry  Over 3.5 3-point FGs and over 29.5 pts (+650)
  • Kawhi Leonard Over 26.5 pts & no FT misses (+225)