After taking on the Brooklyn Nets on the road Sunday afternoon, the Washington Wizards are scheduled to play their second match in a row on Monday, November 13th, when they visit the Toronto Raptors. Toronto is going to compete, missing Christian Koloko and Gary Trent Jr. is doubtful, whereas on the other hand, Washington will be without Delon Wright.
After losing to the Celtics 117-94 away from home on Saturday, the Toronto Raptors were enjoying a two-game winning run and had won 3 of their previous 5 games overall. With 17 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists, Pasal Siakam paced the squad. Dennis Schroder and Jakob Poeltl each contributed 14 and 12 points, respectively. The Raptors failed to establish their offense and were unable to stay up alongside the Celtics starters, finishing with a collective field goal percentage of 38% and a 3-point percentage of 10 of 37. OG Anunoby tallied only 8 points from 3 of 13 shots, while Scottie Barnes experienced a difficult night with just 10 points from 4 of 15 shots.
The Washington Wizards, who have dropped 6 of their past 7 matches overall, are in dreadful form. They will be looking to turn things around after losing 102-94 on their travels to the Nets the previous night. With 20 points, 7 rebounds, and 4 steals off the bench, Bilal Coulibaly led the squad in scoring. Kyle Kuzma followed with 15 points on 4 of 16 shots, and Deni Avdija contributed 14 points, 9 rebounds, and 3 assists. The Wizards had a dismal start to the game, shooting just 37% from the floor and 10 of 41 from three-point range. They were constantly up against adversity after tallying only 15 points in the opening quarter. Tyus Jones endured a difficult game, going scoreless on 0 of 5 shots.
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Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors Game Information
- Date: 11/13/2023
- Time: 07:40 PM ET
- Location: Scotiabank Arena.
- How to Watch Wizards vs Raptors: TNT
- Live Stream: NBA Game Pass