#575 Philadelphia
#576 Toronto

Tuesday February 23, 2021
at 7:35pm EST

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winnersandwhiners

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The slumping Philadelphia 76ers are hoping for better luck on the road in Tuesday’s Eastern Conference showdown with the Toronto Raptors. Philly kicked off the first part of the doubleheader by dropping their fourth consecutive road loss to the Raptors on Sunday. It marked Toronto’s fourth-straight victory in a run where they’ve also defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves and swept the Milwaukee Bucks in a previous doubleheader on the road. Road woes continue for PhillyIf the Raptors would let Phil... Read more

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statsalt

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The Philadelphia 76ers are remaining in the Amalie Arena on Tuesday night to take on the Toronto Raptors for the second consecutive game. These teams played on Sunday and the Raptors picked up a 110-103 win, including a 58-48 second half run. The 76ers are the top team in the Eastern Conference with a 20-11 record. The Raptors have climbed all the way back to the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference after an incredibly slow start to begin the season as they have a 16-15 record. They are riding a... Read more

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sportschatplace

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pickdawgz

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Toronto Raptors (16-15) vs Philadelphia 76ers (20-11) Game Info: Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 7:30 pm (Amalie Arena) Betting Odds: Toronto Raptors +2 -- Over/Under: Click Here for the Latest Odds Where to Watch: SN, NBC Sports Philadelp Stream live sports and exclusive originals on ESPN+. Sign up now! The Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors meet Tuesday in NBA action at the Amalie Arena. The Philadelphia 76ers look for a win after splitting their last 10 games. The Philadelphia 76ers are ave... Read more

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covers

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The Philadelphia 76ers will be out to improve their shooting Tuesday night as they try to gain a split of their two-game set with the host Toronto Raptors at Tampa. The 76ers shot 38.8 percent (33 of 85) from the field Sunday in losing the opener 110-103 while the Raptors shot 49.4 percent (40 of 81) to extend their winning streak to four games and move above .500 for the first time this season at 16-15. The Raptors' defense held Joel Embiid to 6-for-20 shooting from the field. He scored 25 poin... Read more