Sixers vs. Raptors game preview: How to watch, TV channel, start time

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The Philadelphia 76ers conclude their three-game homestand on Thursday when they host the rival Toronto Raptors, and if you’re wondering how you can watch all the action live, you’ve come to the right place. The Sixers remain short-handed but hope to end a two-game skid.

The Sixers might have some reinforcements Thursday. Tobias Harris is listed as questionable for this one after missing the previous six games due to testing positive for COVID-19. Harris’ return would be a huge help for the offense because it would take some pressure off Tyrese Maxey to carry the offense. Philadelphia will also look for Andre Drummond to continue to attack the glass and provide good play without Embiid.

Here’s when and where you should tune in to see the matchup:

  • Date: Thursday, Nov. 11

  • Time: 7 p.m. EST

  • Location: Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA

  • Channel: NBC Sports Philadelphia, NBATV

Probable starting lineups

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Guard – Tyrese Maxey

  • Guard – Shake Milton

  • Forward – Furkan Korkmaz

  • Forward – Tobias Harris (questionable)

  • Center – Andre Drummond

Toronto Raptors

  • Guard – Fred VanVleet

  • Guard – Gary Trent Jr.

  • Forward – Scottie Barnes

  • Forward – OG Anunoby

  • Center – Pascal Siakam

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