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DeMarre Carroll to miss second game in a row with sore back as Raptors host Magic

Chicago Bulls center Robin Lopez (8) defends against Toronto Raptors forward DeMarre Carroll (5) during the first half at the Air Canada Centre on March 21, 2017.

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Raptors forward DeMarre Carroll will miss his second consecutive game tonight as Toronto hosts the Orlando Magic.

Carroll has a sore back from a bad fall he took in Thursday's 101-84 win in Miami.

P.J. Tucker was slated to start in Carroll's place.

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Raptors head coach Dwane Casey also said that all-star point guard Kyle Lowry continues to progress from wrist surgery four weeks ago but had no timeline for his return to Toronto's lineup.

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