#4931 Charlotte
#4932 Toronto

Thursday January 14, 2021
at 7:30pm EST

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It’s a battle of Eastern Conference teams on the parquet floor as a team north of the border embraces its new home in the Sunshine State. The Charlotte Hornets are on the road as they make the trip to face the Toronto Raptors Thursday night. Charlotte was at home on Wednesday night as they hosted the Mavericks. In their most recent contest, the Hornets rolled the Knicks 109-88 at home on Monday night. Toronto was edged 112-111 on the road by Portland Monday night in their most recent contest. Th... Read more



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The Charlotte Hornets will travel to Amelie Arena on Thursday night to take on the Toronto Raptors. The Hornets are 6-5 and will be on the second half of a back-to-back as they play the Mavericks at home the night before. The Raptors are 2-8 and are on a two-game losing streak after falling to the Portland Trail Blazers 112-111. Last season, the Raptors ended up winning two of three games.    If the Raptors are able to bounce-back this season, these will be two teams battling for a lower se... Read more



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Toronto Raptors (2-8) vs Charlotte Hornets (6-5) Game Info: Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 7:30 pm (Amalie Arena) Betting Odds: Toronto Raptors -8 -- Over/Under: 220.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds The Toronto Raptors play host to the Charlotte Hornets at the Amalie Arena on Thursday night. The Charlotte Hornets have been in decent shape as they’ve split their first 12 games and they were riding a four-game win streak before last night’s 104-93 loss to the Mavericks. Terry Roizer led the team wi... Read more



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The Toronto Raptors hope that recent moral victories will turn into wins that count in the standings starting Thursday night when they host the Charlotte Hornets at their temporary home in Tampa, Fla. The teams play again Saturday at Tampa. The Raptors are returning from a 1-3 road trip that concluded with one-point losses to the Golden State Warriors and the Portland Trail Blazers on consecutive days. Pascal Siakam missed a potential game-winning shot at the end of each game so the Raptors sit... Read more