Is OG Anunoby playing tonight? Latest injury update for Wizards vs Raptors 11/13

TORONTO, CANADA - OCTOBER 25: O.G. Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors (Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images)
TORONTO, CANADA - OCTOBER 25: O.G. Anunoby #3 of the Toronto Raptors (Photo by Cole Burston/Getty Images) /

The Toronto Raptors are looking to get back on track after facing multiple contenders early on in their 2023 schedule, and they’ll get their first of many chances when the Washington Wizards come to Toronto. Will OG Anunoby and the volatile offense be able to take down this Eastern Conference foe?

While Washington is one of the worst defensive teams in the league and came into the year with very few expectations of making a deep postseason run, they have some pieces to worry about. Kyle Kuzma is having the best start to his career, and Jordan Poole is always one made 3-ball away from getting hot.

With two more matchups against the Celtics and Bucks coming up in the near future, Toronto would do well to take home a victory against some of the less-heralded teams in the league. Without the mercurial OG in the lineup, that task could get much harder.

OG Anunoby Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Wizards game

Anunoby was a very late addition to the injury report, but he has been deemed questionable due to a right finger laceration. Considering the ailment is on his shooting hand, there’s a good chance that OG will find himself sitting this game out as he heals back up.

UPDATE: Both Anunoby and Trent are OUT

Jordan Poole Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Wizards game

Poole and Kuzma do not have injury designations, which is very important for a Washington team that has gone out of its way to make these two the primary forces in its offensive attack. The floor is low, but both of them are capable of incredible scoring nights at their peak.

Projected starting lineups tonight


PG Dennis Schroder

SG Gradey Dick

SF Scottie Barnes

PF Pascal Siakam

C Jakob Poeltl


PG Tyus Jones

SG Jordan Poole

SF Deni Avdija

PF Kyle Kuzma

C Daniel Gafford

Toronto Raptors next 5 opponents

Toronto will face off against the Celtics and Bucks relatively soon before the “easier” part of their schedule starts up and gives them some games against less-heralded teams. Can they survive this storm?

Nov. 15 vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Nov. 17 vs. Boston Celtics

Nov. 19 vs. Detroit Pistons

Nov. 21 @ Orlando Magic

Nov. 22 @ Indiana Pacers

Raptors injury report

Christian Koloko-OUT-Respiratory Condition



Wizards injury report

Delon Wright-OUT-Knee