VanVleet (shoulder) will remain out Monday against Utah. VanVleet is believed to be nearing a return, but this will be his sixth consecutive absence as he continues to deal with a sore left shoulder. Part of the motivation to hold him out may stem from the Raptors' schedule, which gifts them four full days off before Saturday's home matchup against Detroit.
VanVleet (shoulder) will remain out Sunday against the Kings, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. It'll be the fifth straight absence for VanVleet, who could end up missing one more additional game Monday as the Raptors finished up a road-road back-to-back set. After Monday's game, Toronto has four consecutive off days before a home date with the Pistons on Saturday.
VanVleet (shoulder) has a chance to play in Sunday's game against the Kings, Eric Smith of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports. VanVleet, who's missed the past four games with a sore left shoulder, will be a questionable designation heading into Sunday's tilt with the Kings. If he's able to play, he'll likely take on his regular starting job in which he's averaged 17.6 points, 6.6 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.9 steals in 35.8 minutes per game this season.
VanVleet (shoulder) won't play in Thursday's contest against Golden State, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. VanVleet will officially miss a fourth straight game to tend to left shoulder soreness. Terence Davis will likely see an increased role once again Thursday versus the Warriors.
VanVleet (shoulder) has been downgraded to doubtful for Thursday's contest against the Warriors, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. It appears as though VanVleet will miss a fourth straight matchup, as the guard continues to battle left shoulder soreness. Norman Powell has started the last three contests with VanVleet out and could likely garner another start. Powell is averaging an impressive 24.9 points in 38.0 minutes over the last three games.
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