Is Zach LaVine playing tonight? Latest injury update for Bulls vs Raptors 11/24

Will the Raptors need to face off with LaVine in their game against Chicago?

Toronto Raptors v Chicago Bulls
Toronto Raptors v Chicago Bulls / Michael Reaves/GettyImages
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The Toronto Raptors will continue onward in their quest to become the NBA's least logical and most chaotic team, following up impressive wins with depressing losses. Will the Chicago Bulls, who hit a rough patch lately, struggle against Toronto or be able to overcome their old play-in foes?

While the Bulls seem like they should be an easier opponent on paper, the Raptors did snatch defeat from the jaws of victory earlier in the year when they let Chicago pull off a miraculous overtime victory. Revenge and better execution late in games will certainly be on Toronto's mind.

The Raptors are consistently inconsistent, following up a performance against Orlando where they looked legally dead with a 132-point showing in a victory against Tyrese Haliburton and the Indiana Pacers. Which Raptors team will show up against Chicago? That is still up in the air.

Precious Achiuwa Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Bulls game

Achiuwa has been ruled questionable for this game due to a knee injury that kept him out of Toronto's chaotic victory against the Pacers. Achiuwa has played in just nine games for the Raptors this season, and injuries have sadly become a recurring occurrence.

Zach LaVine Injury Status for tonight’s Raptors vs. Bulls game

LaVine has officially been ruled questionable for this game due to an ankle injury. With how thin Chicago can be at times and how much of their offensive firepower is tied up between LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, and Nikola Vucevic, missing one of them could be a killer for Billy Donovan.

Projected Starting Lineups Tonight

Toronto

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

Chicago

PG Coby White
SG Alex Caruso
SF Zach LaVine
PF DeMar DeRozan
C Nikola Vucevic

Toronto Raptors next five opponents

After a duel with Cleveland, three of Toronto's next four opponents will be division rivals from New York, as they will face the Nets once and Knicks twice.

Nov. 26 @ Cleveland Cavaliers
Nov. 28 @ Brooklyn Nets
Nov. 29 vs. Phoenix Suns
Dec. 1 vs. New York Knicks
Dec. 11 @ New York Knicks

Raptors injury report

Christian Koloko-OUT-Respiratory condition
Thad Young-QUESTIONABLE-Illness
Precious Achiuwa-QUESTIONABLE-Knee

Bulls injury report

Zach LaVine-QUESTIONABLE-Ankle
Lonzo Ball-OUT-Knee

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