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Full injury report for Sunday’s Raptors vs. Thunder matchup

The Oklahoma City Thunder hopes to wrap up a four-game homestand with a third consecutive win when it plays the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. This is the first meeting between the two teams this season.

The Thunder will be short-handed once again as Jalen Williams (ankle sprain) and Isaiah Joe (sternum contusion) will both be out.

Tre Mann (personal reasons) is also listed as questionable as he celebrates becoming a first-time father.

Meanwhile, the Raptors might be without their best scorer RJ Barrett (knee swelling), who is listed as questionable. Since being traded to Toronto, he’s averaged 21 points on 55% shooting.

Jontay Porter (back spasms), Kira Lewis Jr. (G League assignment), Markquis Nowell (G League two-way) and Javon Freeman-Liberty (G League assignment) are all out.

The Thunder (34-15) wraps up a four-game homestand when they welcome in the Raptors (17-31) for the first matchup between teams this season.

In their last outing, the Thunder blew out the Charlotte Hornets in convincing fashion on Friday to extend their winning streak to two. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 31 points in three quarters.

Meanwhile, the Raptors have plummeted down the standings, losing 10 of their last 12 games. Last time out, Toronto was blown out by the Houston Rockets on Friday.

Tip off from Oklahoma City is set for 6 p.m. CT.

Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire