The Toronto Raptors (20-4 SU, 12-12 ATS) have the best record in the NBA, and they’re getting the attention that comes with it. The Raptors will lead off ESPN’s Wednesday double-header at 8 PM ET when they host the Philadelphia 76ers (17-8 SU, 11-14 ATS). It’s their second meeting of the season; Toronto won the first 129-112 as 6-point home favourites.

Bet on basketball at Bodog and get a free 100% bonus.

That was on October 30, before the 76ers acquired swingman Jimmy Butler from the Minnesota Timberwolves. Three of Philadelphia’s starters from that game are no longer in the lineup: Robert Covington and Dario Saric, who went to Minnesota in the Butler deal, and Markelle Fultz, who’s away from the team with a lingering shoulder ailment. The Sixers are 8-2 SU and 5-5 ATS with Butler on board.

The Raptors, meanwhile, were close to full strength during their first encounter. Fred VanVleet was unavailable; he’s healthy now, but Norman Powell is out with a shoulder injury of his own. Kyle Lowry missed Saturday’s 106-95 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers (+12.5 at home) with a sore back, although Saturday may have been more of a maintenance day for Lowry than anything else.

Get your NBA odds at Bodog today.