PHILADELPHIA – The Toronto Raptors could possibly be with out guard Gary Trent Jr. and forwards Scottie Barnes and Thaddeus Young for Game 2 of their NBA playoff sequence with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Both Barnes (ankle) and Young (thumb) have been injured in Saturday’s 131-111 Game 1 drubbing to the Sixers, whereas Trent Jr. is coping with a non-COVID associated sickness.
Coach Nick Nurse stated all three gamers have been uncertain to play Monday in Philadelphia.
Barnes, an NBA rookie of the 12 months candidate, was having a wonderful playoff debut, with 15 factors, 10 rebounds and eight assists, earlier than the Sixers’ 280-pound centre Joel Embiid stepped on his foot, sending him sprawling to the ground in agony with about 9 minutes left to play.
Young left the sport after damaging his thumb within the second quarter.
The ailing Trent Jr., who averaged 18.3 factors per recreation within the common season, struggled within the playoff opener, scoring simply 9 factors on 2-for-11 capturing in 26 minutes of labor..
The crew was awaiting outcomes of the MRIs carried out on Barnes and Young on Sunday.
The sequence will head to Toronto for Game 3 on Wednesday and Game 4 subsequent Saturday.
This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed April 17, 2022.
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