Absences pile up for Raptors with Canada’s Chris Boucher sidelined by knee damage

Accidents proceed to pile up for the Toronto Raptors.

Immanuel Quickley, Gary Trent Jr., and Chris Boucher will all miss Monday’s recreation in opposition to defending champion Denver.

Boucher, a reserve ahead from Montreal, has a proper knee contusion.

The Raptors stated Monday that Boucher sustained a partial tear to the medial collateral ligament in his proper knee. He’ll bear additional evaluation by specialists.

Boucher’s damage occurred on the finish of regulation time Saturday evening at Portland, when Boucher tied the sport with a tip-in with 0.7 seconds remaining.

Quickley, who turned the Raptors start line guard after getting traded to the crew on Dec. 30, is out with a left-hip flexor pressure.

Trent, Toronto’s beginning capturing guard, is coping with a proper groin pressure.

All-star ahead Scottie Barnes (damaged hand) and beginning centre Jakob Poeltl (torn ligament in hand) have each had surgical procedure and are out week to week.

RJ Barrett of Mississauga, Ont., returned to Toronto’s lineup after lacking Saturday’s 128-118 extra time loss in Portland with an sickness.

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