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Pascal Siakam, Norman Powell return to Raptors' starting lineup

Toronto's two starters have been out since mid-December due to injuries

From NBA media reports

Jan 12, 2020 4:53 PM ET

Pascal Siakam was having a career-best season before he suffered a groin injury.

Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam will return to the starting lineup against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday (6 ET, NBA League Pass), the team announced.

Siakam has been sidelined for the past 11 games with a groin injury he suffered after an awkward landing. The 25-year-old was averaging career-highs for points (25.1), rebounds (8.0), assists (3.6), steals (1.0) and blocks (1.0) before the injury.

In addition to Siakam, guard Norman Powell will also return to the starting lineup on Sunday. Powell has missed the past 11 games with a shoulder injury.

The Raptors (25-13) have posted a record of 6-5 over this stretch without Siakam and Powell.


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