Ford may sit another

STEVE BUFFERY

, Last Updated: 8:58 AM ET

T.J. Ford, who suffered a stinger in his left arm on Nov. 20 after a fall in Dallas, rejoined the club yesterday in Cleveland, but is doubtful for this afternoon's game at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Ford missed the Nov. 21 game in Memphis. Ford did not workout at the Cavaliers' practice facility in Independence, Ohio, with the Raptors.

GARBO NOT WITH TEAM

Forward Jorge Garbajosa is not with the team as a result of the recent MRI on his left ankle and leg which showed an abnormality. Garbajosa injured the ankle and leg last March in Boston and acquired a million-dollar insurance policy to play for Spain at last summer's European championships.

A Raptors spokesman said yesterday that Raptors doctors still are consulting specialists before a decision is made on Garbajosa's status. Also not in Cleveland is centre Rasho Nesterovic, who was placed on the inactive list on Nov. 16 after spraining his right ankle.

BIG DAY FOR SAM

A win by the Raptors this afternoon will give Sam Mitchell 114 as the Raptors head coach, breaking the previous record for most wins held by Lenny Wilkens.

HUMPHRIES HELPING OUT

Raptors forward Kris Humphries will meet with the kids of The Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club on Monday at the club, located at 180 Westmoreland Ave. Humphries will meet with up to 150 youth, ages 5 to 17, from the west-end of Toronto. A youth from Dovercourt's Leadership Corps program will have the chance to escort the NBA star around the club for a tour of the facilities. To celebrate the visit, Dovercourt will induct Humphries into its Wall of Fame with their very own cement handprint.


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