The Toronto Raptors received some good news Thursday as they learned that they would not be without their two biggest stars for an extended stretch.
All-Star forward Chris Bosh left Wednesday's loss to the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth quarter with a sprained right knee, however there was no structural damage detected. Although he is doubtful for Friday's game against the New Orleans Hornets, he did travel with the team. He remains day-to-day for the remainder of the Raptors three-game road trip.
In addition, point guard Jose Calderon, who missed the Lakers game to rest a sore hamstring, has been listed as probable for Friday's tilt with the Hornets. The hamstring injury has limited the Spaniard to only 38 games this season.