Suns Sneak Peek: Suns vs Raptors

The Suns continue a five-game homestand as they face an Eastern Conference opponent for the first time this season.


Troy Daniels had a huge game off the bench last season against Toronto. He scored 32 points, including seven threes when the Raptors were in town last season.

The Suns hold the all-time series advantage over the Raptors, up 29-14.

On March 31, 2006, Phoenix scored a series-high 140 points, which remains the most points ever scored at the Air Canada Centre. 


Deandre Ayton is averaging 16.9 points, 10.0 rebounds and 3.3 assists through his first seven games. He is the first NBA player to average at least 10/10/3 through seven career games since Chris Webber in 1993.

Elie Okobo received his first-career start on Wednesday in place on Isaiah Canaan. He is currently averaging 12.7 points, 4.7 assists and 3 rebounds in the Suns previous three games.

Mikal Bridges scored a career-high 16 points against the Kings as the rookie continues to see his minutes climb.

De’Anthony Melton knocked down his first-career bucket in the Suns last game as he came off the bench to score sevent points.


Devin Booker and Isaiah Canaan both listed as probable for tonight’s matchup.