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Raptors' Lowry, Fields out for 76ers' game


Posted Nov 10, 2012 12:49 PM

TORONTO (AP) -- The Toronto Raptors will be without injured point guard Kyle Lowry and forward Landry Fields for Saturday night's home game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Lowry left Tuesday's loss to Oklahoma City with a sprained right ankle and also missed Wednesday's game in Dallas. Fields has a tender right wrist and saw a specialist this week. He's to have a second opinion next week.

Toronto (1-4) has dropped two straight. Philadelphia (3-2) has won its last two, including a 106-100 win over Boston on Friday night.

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