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FINAL UPDATE: OG Anunoby's Injury Status For 76ers-Raptors Game

OG Anunoby is listed as questionable for Saturday's game.

FINAL UPDATE: OG Anunoby has been ruled out.      

UPDATE: OG Anunoby is now doubtful.

UPDATE: OG Anunoby is available.   

On Saturday evening, the Toronto Raptors will host the Philadelphia 76ers in Canada.   

The Raptors are 1-1 in their first two games and are coming off a 104-103 overtime loss to the Chicago Bulls at the United Center (on Friday). 

For Saturday's game, the Raptors could be without one of their best players, as OG Anunoby is listed as questionable. 

Via Underdog NBA: "OG Anunoby (leg) questionable Saturday."

Anunoby played in the team's first two games but left Friday's loss early. 

He is in his seventh season in the NBA (all with the Raptors), and is coming off a year where he averaged 16.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.9 steals per contest while shooting 47.6% from the field and 38.7% from the three-point range in 67 regular season games. 

The Raptors went 41-41 and finished as the ninth seed in the Eastern Conference, but they lost to the Chicago Bulls in their first play-in tournament game, so they missed the NBA playoffs.

In 2019, the Raptors won the NBA Championship over the Golden State Warriors, but they have only won just one playoff series since that season. 

As for the 76ers, they lost their first game of the season to the Milwaukee Bucks (on Thursday) in Wisconsin by a score of 118-117. 

Last year, the 76ers were the third seed in the Eastern Conference and swept the Brooklyn Nets in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

However, they lost to Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics in the second round.