The Raptors desperately need to get a few wins under their belt. The franchise currently holds a record of 2-6, good for 13th in the Eastern Conference. On the other hand, after a rocky start, the Warriors have slowly started to look like a cohesive unit and have momentum behind them coming into this game.
Given the brilliance of Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse, it will be interesting to see if the Golden State Warriors can grind out another win.
Team News - Toronto Raptors
The Toronto Raptors will have an almost complete roster of players to pick from ahead of their game against the Golden State Warriors.
The only player on their injury list at the moment is Patrick McCaw. The 25-year-old reportedly suffered a minor knee injury earlier on in the season, which will keep him sidelined for this game.
Injured: Patrick McCaw
Team News - Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors may have some momentum behind them at the moment, but that could be cut short due to the absences of some key players in this game.
Andrew Wiggins has finally started to find his feet, and many expected him to play a key role in this clash. Unfortunately, the 25-year-old has reportedly suffered a quad injury and has been listed as doubtful for the game against the Raptors.
Kevon Looney is also unlikely to feature against the Toronto Raptors due to left hip soreness.
Doubtful: Kevon Looney, Andrew Wiggins
At what time will the Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors NBA game commence?
USA: 10th January 2021, 8:30 PM (Eastern Time)
INDIA: 11th January, 7:00 AM (Indian Standard Time)
Where and How to watch Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors?
For those in the US, this game will be broadcasted live on the NBC Sports Network. International fans can stream the game live on the NBA League Pass.
Published 10 Jan 2021, 21:07 IST