Derrick Jones Jr. has been added to the Chicago Bulls injury list and he faces around eight weeks on the sidelines after fracturing his right index finger during practice, the team have confirmed.
The Bulls entertain Toronto Raptors in one of 10 NBA games on Wednesday and they are 1/2 to win in the Money Line, while Toronto can be backed at 17/10.
Jones had been absent since mid-January with a bone bruise in his right knee and was working his way back to fitness but now he faces an extended period on the sidelines - although there is a chance he could return ahead of schedule with a protective splint.
Jones joins guard Alex Caruso (wrist) and Lonzo Ball (knee) on the Chicago injury lists, with both expected to be absent for the next six to eight weeks.
Champions Milwaukee Bucks are also in action on Wednesday as they face a tough trip to Cleveland Cavaliers.
Brooklyn Nets have a chance to respond to Tuesday's 106-96 defeat at home to Los Angeles Lakers as they entertain Denver Nuggets, although they will be without both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
The LA Clippers completed the second biggest comeback in the history of the NBA on Tuesday as they fought back from 35 points down to beat Washington Wizards and they play again on Wednesday as Orlando Magic.
Miami Heat host New York Knicks and there is a key clash in the Western Conference as leaders Phoenix Suns make the trip to Utah Jazz.
Indiana Pacers face Charlotte Hornets, Sacramento Kings head to Atlanta Hawks, Portland Trail Blazers host Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs entertain Memphis Grizzlies. You can follow the action via our Sports Live Streaming platform.