NBA Injury News: Will Raptors’ Fred VanVleet Play vs Spurs?

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The Toronto Raptors are currently on a three-game losing streak heading into their matchup vs the San Antonio Spurs during the Wednesday NBA slate. They are in desperate need of a victory, as they have been unable to capitalize on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ recent skid.

The Raptors lost to the Cavaliers in their matchup on Sunday, but the Raptors were without starting point guard, Fred VanVleet.

VanVleet has missed five consecutive games because of a knee ailment, but news about his availability for tomorrow night’s game is encouraging.

VanVleet was able to make it through a full practice today, which puts him on track to return against the Spurs. The update was provided by Kayla Gray and Josh Lewenberg.

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