Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 prediction, odds: TV channel live stream, radio station

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Game 5 of the Raptors vs. 76ers is coming up on Monday night as Philadelphia looks to close out the series and Toronto hopes to extend.

The NBA Playoffs will continue in Philadelphia on Monday with Game 5 between the Raptors and 76ers.

Toronto avoided a sweep on Saturday with a much-needed 110-102 victory to stave off elimination. It took 34 points from Pascal Siakam to get it done.

The question for Siakam and company is whether or not they can do it again.

Joel Embiid won’t be at his healthiest after tearing a ligament in his thumb on Saturday. However, he’s planning to play through the pain with an eye on surgery once his season is over. A win on Monday would ensure his campaign extends at least one series longer. He had 21 points in the last outing.

Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 TV channel

NBA TV will broadcast Game 5 in Philadelphia beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET.

Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 live stream

Catch the live stream on NBA TV or head over to fuboTV to watch online without a cable subscription.

Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 prediction

Toronto battled back in Game 4 to keep the series goings but Philadelphia has had the advantage in general. With home court back in their favor, Embiid and Harden will be able to counteract any heroics Siakam may try to pull out of his hat again.

Prediction: Toronto 101, Philadelphia 110

Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 odds

Philadelphia is favored by 7.5 points over Toronto, according to WynnBet. That’s a sizable spread for the visiting team to have to overcome if they want to see their odds for Game 6,

Raptors vs. 76ers Game 5 radio stations

Fans in Toronto can hear friendly voices from their local radio call by clicking here.

For the 76ers perspective on the radio, click here.

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