How to Watch Phoenix Suns vs. Toronto Raptors Game Live Online on January 11, 2022: Streaming/TV Channels It’s an interconference matchup between a pair of teams that have been on a roll north of the border. The Phoenix Suns are on the road as they travel to face the Toronto Raptors Tuesday night. Phoenix comes in off a 123-100 home loss to the Heat in their most recent contest Saturday night.

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Match Details

Fixture: Phoenix Suns vs Toronto Raptors | 2021-22 NBA season

Date & Time: Tuesday, January 11th; 7:30 PM ET (Wednesday, January 12th; 6:00 AM IST)

Venue: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

Head coach Nick Nurse and the coaching staff will be expecting a determined Suns team who will be looking to put the frustrating loss behind them. If the visiting team stays true to form, the Raptors will be up for a very competitive night.

After a disappointing loss to the undermanned Miami Heat, the Phoenix Suns will head to the road starting with a game against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday. Phoenix is as healthy as ever and will look to bounce in a big way against a surging team. The Phoenix Suns were uncharacteristically sloppy in their offense and lackluster on defense in their loss to the Heat. They allowed their opponents to get going early and never really recovered from the barrage of three-point shots, eventually losing 123-100.

On Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 7:30 PM EST, the Toronto Raptors face the Phoenix Suns. The game is airing exclusively on Bally Sports Arizona and Fox Sports Arizona, which you can stream with a Live TV Streaming Service.

Toronto edged New Orleans 105-101 at home in their most recent contest Saturday night. In the all-time regular season series between the teams, the Suns own a 31-18 advantage and took the last two meetings. That includes a 104-100 road victory in the most recent matchup between the teams back on March 26, 2021.

Phoenix Suns Looking to Bounce Back
Phoenix had won three straight and four of five before getting hammered at home by the Heat in their most recent contest. The Suns entered Monday 30-9 on the season, leaving them tied with Golden State for the top spot in both the Pacific Division and the Western Conference as a whole. Against Miami, Phoenix was within four after the opening quarter but was outscored 38-21 in the second quarter to trail by 21 at the half. The Suns couldn’t make a sustained charge in the second half and took the loss. Phoenix shot 38% from the field, including 14 of 34 from three-point range and lost the rebounding battle 49-35. Devin Booker led the Suns with 26 points in the loss.

The Suns enter this contest 3rd in the league in scoring offense as they average 112.1 points per game on the year. Phoenix stands 7th in rebounding with an average of 45.9 boards per contest while they are 4th by dishing out an average of 26.2 assists per contest. The Suns are 5th in the league in scoring defense as they allow an average of 105 points per game this season. Devin Booker leads the team with 23.6 points per game this season. Cameron Johnson (11.9 points), Mikal Bridges (12.4 points, 3.9 rebounds), Chris Paul (14 points, 10 assists), Deandre Ayton (16.8 points, 11 rebounds) and Jae Crowder (9.1 points) are good offensive weapons. JaVale McGee (10.2 points), Landry Shamet, Cameron Payne (10.4 points), Frank Kaminsky (10.6 points), Abdel Nader and Elfrid Payton are solid contributors in the rotation. Phoenix is 2nd in field goal percentage by shooting 47.3% from the floor as a team on the year. The Suns are 18th as they knock down an average of 11.8 three-pointers a night while the team is 5th as they splash 37% of their attempts from beyond the arc this season. Johnson (ankle), Nader (knee) and Saric (knee) are all out while Kaminsky has been out since November 21 with a stress reaction in his knee.

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