Pacers vs Raptors Saturday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Tyrese Haliburton and the Indiana Pacers (25-49) will take on Pascal Siakam and the Toronto Raptors (41-32) in part of the NBA Saturday slate.

The Pacers are coming off a 133-103 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies despite Ja Morant not being in the lineup. Desmond Bane (30) and Jaren Jackson Jr. (20) combined for 50 points while the team as a whole shot 21-42 (50.0%) on 3s. Lance Stephen had 25 points for the Pacers as a bright spot.

In their previous outing, the Raptors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers with 117-104 being the final score. Pascal Siakam racked up an impressive 35 points, five rebounds, and six assists in this game.

While the Raptors are still very much seeking to compete right away, the Pacers are entrenched in the NBA Draft lottery. Toronto will need to achieve all the wins they can get to maximize their positioning in the Eastern Conference standings.

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Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Indiana Pacers vs Toronto Raptors:

How to Watch Indiana Pacers vs Toronto Raptors

Date: Saturday, March 26

Time: 7:30 PM ET

Location: Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, CA

TV Channel: Bally Sports Midwest (Pacers) and TSN (Raptors)

Injury Report for Indiana Pacers vs Toronto Raptors

Indiana Pacers Injury Report: OUT: Chris Duarte (Left Big Toe; Sore), Isaiah Jackson (Headache), TJ McConnell (Right Wrist; Ligament surgery), Ricky Rubio (Left Knee; ACL Tear), Myles Turner (Left Foot; Stress reaction), TJ Warren (Left Navicular; Fracture)

QUESTIONABLE: Goga Bitadze (Right Foot; Sore), Jalen Smith (Illness), Duane Washington Jr. (Right Hip; Bruise)

Toronto Raptors Injury Report: OUT: Malachi Flynn (Left Hamstring; Strain)

QUESTIONABLE: Gary Trent Jr. (Left Foot; big toe – hyperextension)

Projected Starting Lineups for Indiana Pacers vs Toronto Raptors

Indiana Pacers Projected Starting Lineup: G Malcolm Brogdon, G Tyrese Haliburton, F Buddy Hield, F Oshae Brissett, C Goga Bitadze

Toronto Raptors Projected Starting Lineup: G Fred VanVleet, G Gary Trent Jr., F OG Anunoby, F Scottie Barnes, C Pascal Siakam

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