Boucher (back) is available to play Wednesday versus Milwaukee, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. As expected, Boucher, who has been out since April 13 nursing a back injury, will be ready to take the court if needed for Game 1 of the 2019 Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday against Milwaukee.
The Raptors list Boucher (back) as probable Wednesday for Game 1 of the team's Eastern Conference Finals series with the Bucks. Though Boucher has seemingly moved past the back issue that kept him unavailable for much of the Raptors' seven-game second-round series with Philadelphia, he's not a lock to be active Wednesday. Boucher has yet to make a postseason appearance and isn't a fixture in coach Nick Nurse's rotation even when healthy.
Boucher (back) won't play in Game 7 on Sunday against Philadelphia. Boucher will unsurprisingly remain out for the last contest of the series. He hasn't taken the court since April 9 due to back spasms.
Boucher (back) is listed as out for Thursday's Game 6 in Philadelphia. Boucher has been battling back spasms since Game 3 of the Raptors' first-round series. Even if he ever is deemed fit to play again, Boucher is not expected to play much of a role this postseason.
Boucher (back) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's Game 5 against Philadelphia, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. Boucher has been battling back spasms over the last few weeks, and while he may return to availability Tuesday, he's unlikely to be much of a factor in the game plan.
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