Is De'Aaron Fox playing? Latest injury report for Raptors vs Kings 1/5

Will Sacramento have their best player available?
Toronto Raptors v Sacramento Kings
Toronto Raptors v Sacramento Kings / Thearon W. Henderson/GettyImages

The Toronto Raptors will find out just how deadly the combination of RJ Barrett and Immanuel Quickley is against the Sacramento Kings. After starting off their Toronto careers 2-0, they will need to pull off a road upset against De'Aaron Fox and Domantas Sabonis.

After beating a Cleveland Cavaliers squad that was struggling with injuries and a Memphis Grizzlies team that has a worse record than Toronto, the new-look offense needs to go on the road and take on one of the most explosive and high-octane offenses the game has ever seen.

Will Barrett and Quickley be able to team with Scottie Barnes and Pascal Siakam for yet another Raptors win, earning themselves the promised dinner on Darko Rajakovic's dime in the process? Will they falter and have to reset the pizza party clock again?

Christian Koloko Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Kings game

Koloko remains the only player on the Raptors' injury report who is confirmed to miss this game. The team is in need of his exploits at backup center after trading Precious Achiuwa. While he has progressed to on-court work, his status remains extremely vague.

De'Aaron Fox Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Kings game

All signs point to Fox being healthy and suiting up for Sacramento. Even though some ailments here and there have kept the skinny Fox out of a handful of games this season, he seems to have recovered well enough to star day in and day out for a very good Kings team.

Projected Starting Lineups Tonight


PG Immanuel Quickley
SG RJ Barrett
SF Scottie Barnes
PF Pascal Siakam
C Jakob Poeltl


PG De'Aaron Fox
SG Kevin Huerter
SF Harrison Barnes
PF Keegan Murray
C Domantas Sabonis

Toronto Raptors next five opponents

The Raptors' schedule includes another smattering of games on their West Coast road trip, including a date with the Warriors and two Los Angeles games back to back, before returning to Toronto.

Jan. 7 @ Golden State Warriors
Jan. 9 @ Los Angeles Lakers
Jan. 10 @ Los Angeles Clippers
Jan. 12 @ Utah Jazz
Jan. 15 vs. Boston Celtics

Raptors injury report

Christian Koloko-OUT-Respiratory condition
Otto Porter Jr-DOUBTFUL-Knee

Kings injury report

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