Two injury-plagued and stumbling teams will face off on Wednesday night. The Oklahoma City Thunder will play host to the Toronto Raptors, who have lost 12 of the last 13 games and will be without guard Kyle Lowry.
The Thunder will continue to be without its opening day starters, but they’re now also down forward Aleksej Pokusevski as well, while guard Ty Jerome is questionable.
Who can come up big for either team tonight?
Here are the details of how to watch the game:
Opponent: Toronto Raptors
Date and time: March 31, 7 p.m. CT
How to watch: Bally Sports Oklahoma
Radio station: WWLS 98.1 FM OKC
Projected starting lineups
OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER (19-27)
TORONTO RAPTORS (18-29)
Guard: Fred VanVleet
Guard: Gary Trent Jr.
Forward: OG Anunoby
Forward: Pascal Siakam
Center: Aron Baynes
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (plantar fasciitis), Bazley (left foot contusion), Dort (concussion) and Horford (shut down) will all be out against the Raptors. Aleksej Pokusevski (health and safety protocol) and Mike Muscala (ankle) have been ruled out as well. Ty Jerome (right ankle sprain) is questionable.
Lowry (foot injury) is out against the Thunder, as are Jalen Harris (hip), Patrick McCaw (knee) and both Paul Watson and DeAndre’ Bembry, who are in health and safety protocols.