Raptors vs Spurs Wednesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Pascal Siakam and the Toronto Raptors (34-30) will take on Dejounte Murray and the San Antonio Spurs (25-40) in part of the Wednesday NBA slate.

Despite the many ups-and-downs of the season for the Raptors, they remain very much in contention holding a play-in spot. While the Brooklyn Nets also are in that same mix, there is multiple playoff spots up for grabs using the play-in tournament.

As of late, Pascal Siakam has been on a tear but has needed more help from his teammates. Not having OG Anunoby or Fred VanVleet in the lineup has been limiting.

In the midst of a rare losing season, the Spurs are looking to maximize the development of Dejounte Murray and Keldon Johnson along with no shortage of other members of the roster.

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It’s too late for the Spurs to turn things around for a play-in spot based on how the landscape has developed. However, they will still come out and play hard.

How to Watch Toronto Raptors vs San Antonio Spurs

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Toronto Raptors vs San Antonio Spurs:

Date: Wednesday, March 9

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET

Location: AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas

TV Channel: Bally Sports Southwest (Spurs) and TSN (Raptors)

Injury Report for Toronto Raptors vs San Antonio Spurs

Toronto Raptors Injury Report: Fred VanVleet – questionable (right knee soreness) OG Anunoby – out (right finger fracture), Malachi Flynn – out (left hamstring strain)

San Antonio Spurs Injury Report: Romeo Langford – out (right hamstring strain), Devontae Cacok – out (left heel contusion), Keita Bates-Diop – out (low back soreness)

Projected Starting Lineups for Toronto Raptors vs San Antonio Spurs

Toronto Raptors Projected Starting Lineup: G Fred VanVleet, G Gary Trent Jr., F Scottie Barnes, F Pasca Siakam, C Chris Boucher

San Antonio Spurs Projected Starting Lineup: G Dejounte Murray, G Devin Vassell, F Doug McDermott, F Keldon Johnson, C Jakob Poeltl

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