Toronto Raptors

When each Canadian player takes on the Toronto Raptors this season

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Andrew Wiggins (left) and Jamal Murray (right) rise for layups against the Raptors (Getty Images)

There will be no shortage of Canadian visitors at Scotiabank Arena this season.

11 Canadians will start the NBA season on an NBA roster in 2018-19. That number can rise as high as 14 if Justin Jackson (Orlando Magic) and Chris Boucher (Toronto Raptors) can impress in training camp and Naz Mitrou-Long (Utah Jazz) can turn his two-way deal into a roster spot at some point this season.

The Raptors will play at least 27 games against Canadian competition this season barring any player movement or injuries. It also doesn't take into account the games that will feature Canadian National Team head coach Jay Triano and Scott Morrison who will be assistant coaches for the Charlotte Hornets and Boston Celtics, respectively.

All times Eastern.

Tristan Thompson, Cleveland Cavaliers

Andrew Wiggins, Minnesota Timberwolves

Jamal Murray/Trey Lyles, Denver Nuggets)

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Dillon Brooks, Memphis Grizzlies

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Los Angeles Clippers

Cory Joseph, Indiana Pacers

Nik Stauskas, Portland Trail Blazers

Kelly Olynyk, Miami Heat

Dwight Powell, Dallas Mavericks

Khem Birch, Orlando Magic

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