Is Jalen Brunson playing tonight? Latest injury update for Knicks vs Raptors Dec. 11

New York Knicks, Jalen Brunson, Toronto Raptors
New York Knicks, Jalen Brunson, Toronto Raptors / Mark Blinch/GettyImages

After two challenging games on the road, the New York Knicks are back at Madison Square Garden to host the Raptors. Toronto has lost three straight games, including a loss to New York on Dec. 1.

The Knicks beat the Raptors, 119-106, in Canada. Jalen Brunson led New York with 22 points, and Donte DiVincenzo had 21 points (7-of-10 from three) off the bench. DiVincenzo replaced Quentin Grimes in the starting lineup in the Knicks' loss to the Celtics on Friday. He could be in for another big game against Toronto.

New York will already be without one starter on Monday, and the team could also be without Brunson. He injured his ankle late in the game against the Celtics and limped off the court to the locker room.

Brunson was recognized at halftime of Villanova's game against UCLA on Saturday, and he didn't seem to be in any pain when he walked out on the court.

Considering how his ankle injury initially looked, it's a great sign he practiced on Sunday.

Jalen Brunson's status for tonight's game vs. Raptors

Jalen Brunson (ankle) is questionable.

UPDATE: Jalen Brunson is available.

Mitchell Robinson's status for tonight's game vs. Raptors

Mitchell Robinson (ankle) is out. He didn't practice on Sunday and underwent further testing on his ankle.

Projected starting lineups tonight

New York: Jalen Brunson, Donte DiVincenzo, RJ Barrett, Julius Randle, Isaiah Hartenstein

Toronto: Dennis Schroder, O.G. Anunoby, Scottie Barnes, Pascal Siakam, Jakob Poeltl

Knicks injury report

Jalen Brunson (ankle) and Immanuel Quickley (knee) are listed as questionable. Mitchell Robinson (ankle) is out.

UPDATE: Jalen Brunson is available. Immanuel Quickley is a game-time decision.

Raptors injury report

Christian Koloko (illness) and Otto Porter Jr. (foot) are out.

New York's next five opponents

New York will head out West for a four-game road trip before returning to the city to play Brooklyn.

Dec. 13 at Utah

Dec. 15 at Phoenix

Dec. 16 at Clippers

Dec. 18 at Lakers

Dec. 20 at Nets