Raptors Roster & Starting Lineup vs. Thunder; Kyle Lowry

Raptors Kyle Lowry will not play Wednesday night vs. the Thunder

Raptors Kyle Lowry will not play Wednesday night vs. the Thunder

Kawhi Leonard and Pascal Siakam will carry the load for the Raptors but Siakam, in particular, has to have a big game, if Lowry is out he will be their secondary scorer and he has to prove why he's among the favorites to win the NBA's Most Improved Player Award.

After the game on Monday, Lowry told reporters he believed the play was a bit dirty by Robinson.

Lowry's injury isn't thought to be serious but his status for Wednesday's game is unclear.

The Thunder are coming off a 116-107 loss to the visiting Miami Heat as 5.5-point favourites on Monday, extending a worrisome 5-10 SU run that has dumped them into a tie for fifth place in the Western Conference standings alongside the red-hot San Antonio Spurs. Oklahoma City has given up an average of more than 128 points per game without Noel in the lineup. Since the All-Star break, Oklahoma City is only 5-10, including defeats in each of the past four games.

The Thunder have won their last three games against the Raptors in Toronto. He should be in a real prickly mood when the Raptors face him tonight and then again on Friday back in Toronto.

Before the game, the Thunder will retire Nick Collison's number. That marks a single-season franchise record, surpassing last year's total of 19 victories.

In addition to Ibaka, who spent his first seven seasons with the Thunder and Collison, longtime teammate Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors is expected to be in attendance.

Oklahoma City has also emerged as a massive betting disappointment during their current swoon, failing to cover in three straight while going 3-12 ATS at online betting sites in its past 15 games.