Is Kevin Durant playing? Latest injury report for Raptors vs Suns 11/29

The Suns may have their biggest star ready to go.

Brooklyn Nets v Toronto Raptors
Brooklyn Nets v Toronto Raptors / Mark Blinch/GettyImages
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Toronto Raptors fans hoping they can get back on the right track will have to reconcile with the fcat they have to somehow over Kevin Durant and a contender in the Phoenix Suns on the second end of a back-to-back. This follows an already tough loss against the Nets.

While Bradley Beal has yet to suit up more than three games for a Suns team that has mortgaged all of their depth to go all-in on winning a title in the next few seasons, the 1-2 punch of Durant and Devin Booker should be more than enough to coast for a win.

The Raptors need to somehow put together one of the best defensive performances of the year to have a chance. However, with wins against Milwaukee, Dallas, and Minnesota under their belt already, they might have the pieces needed to pull this thing off.

Dennis Schroder Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Suns game

The veteran Schroder appeared to suffer a minor knock during the loss against Brooklyn, as he was seen with his knees in a wrap on the bench. However, it looks like the injury did not impact him and he does not have an official injury designation for the game against Phoenix.

Kevin Durant Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Suns game

Durant is officially listed as questionable due to a foot injury. With Phoenix already playing hurt and with their eyes set on postseason glory, it makes sense not to push Durant too hard in what (for them) will likely be an inconsequential regular season game in November.

Projected Starting Lineups Tonight

Toronto

PG Dennis Schroder
SG OG Anunoby
SF Scottie Barnes
PF Pascal Siakam
C Jakob Poeltl

Phoenix

PG Devin Booker
SG Eric Gordon
SF Grayson Allen
PF Kevin Durant
C Jusuf Nurkic

Toronto Raptors next five opponents

The Raptors' schedule includes a pair of tussles with the Knicks and In-Season Tournament consolation games against the Heat and Hornets. This could be pivotal in determining their chances to sneak into the postseason hunt.

Dec. 1 vs. New York Knicks
Dec. 6 vs. Miami Heat
Dec. 8 @ Charlotte Hornets
Dec. 11 @ New York Knicks
Dec. 13 vs. Atlanta Hawks

Raptors injury report

Christian Koloko-OUT-Respiratory condition

Suns injury report

Bradley Beal-OUT-Back
Nassir Little-OUT-Personal
Damion Lee-OUT-Knee
Kevin Durant-QUESTIONABLE-Foot
Grayson Allen-QUESTIONABLE-Illness

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