Bucks-Raptors Injuries: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Pascal Siakam ready?

The Raptors will go to Milwaukee on Tuesday to play the Bucks. The game will start in the Fiserv Forum at 7:30 PM EST. This is the second time this season that these two teams will play each other.

Injury Updates Toronto Raptors vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Bucks-Raptors Injuries

The last game the Milwaukee Bucks played was a 111-95 loss to the Miami Heat. They weren’t very good on offense, so if they want to win at home, they’ll have to heat up from the floor.

Injury Report: Giannis Antetokounmpo PF (Knee) and Jrue Holiday PG (Ankle) are questionable. Joe Ingles SF (Rest) Serge Ibaka PF (Personal) are questionable. Khris Middleton SF (Knee) is out.

Giannis Antetokounmpo’s recent absences could come to an end today against the Raptors.

He’s been ruled ineligible for Monday night’s game against the Pacers before. Even though Antetokounmpo was marked as probable for the game and was spotted warming up before the 2:30 p.m. ET opening tip, he will not play for the third consecutive game. The Bucks could be erring on the side of caution by leaving Antetokounmpo on the bench for Monday’s opener of a back-to-back set.

The Raptors lost to the Atlanta Hawks by a score of 114-103 in their last game. In that game, they had trouble on both ends of the court. If they want to beat the Bucks on the road, they will have to play better this time.

Ahead of Tuesday’s game against the Bucks, Pascal Siakam reportedly feels good enough to play.

In the victory on Monday, Siakam did it all, coming close to a triple-double while also blocking three shots and grabbing 10 rebounds. He has scored 20 or more points in four of his last five games, and he has blocked shots in three consecutive games.

Injury Report: The two players who can’t play are Otto Porter Jr. (Toe) and Dalano Banton (Hip). In the backfield, Fred VanVleet has been listed as doubtful.