Chris Paul, Caron Butler both practice

PLAYA VISTA, Calif. -- Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul and forward Caron Butler went through practice Saturday and are listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Toronto Raptors.

Paul missed his fourth straight game Friday against the Minnesota Timberwolves as he continues to deal with a strained left hamstring, while Butler missed his first game Friday with a hyperextended right knee.

Both players had MRIs on their injuries and the results came back negative.

After Friday's nearly three-hour practice and film session, Paul met with Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro, head athletic trainer Jasen Powell and strength and conditioning coach Richard Williams. If Paul looks good in Sunday morning's workout, he will likely see some time against Toronto.

"I thought he had a good workout today," Del Negro said. "If he does (play), it will be restricted minutes but we'll see in the morning. He's feeling a lot better. We just want to be smart about it."

Butler will also be re-evaluated Sunday morning as well and Del Negro said Butler "was feeling better."

Butler injured his knee Tuesday against the Utah Jazz and played with the injury Wednesday against the Dallas Mavericks, but he felt uncomfortable as the game progressed. Butler had his worst game of the season against the Mavericks, finishing with two points on 1-of-12 shooting, missing all four of his 3-point attempts.

Last January, while he was with the Mavericks, Butler suffered a ruptured right patellar tendon and underwent surgery on the knee, which knocked him out for the rest of the season. Del Negro said Butler's current knee injury has nothing to do with last year's surgery.

"He got some shots up this morning but for him it's more a matter of rest, I think," Del Negro said.

Guard Eric Bledsoe, who has been recovering from offseason surgery on his right knee, also worked out with the team Saturday but is still roughly two weeks from returning to the lineup.

Forward Brian Cook practiced as well but will miss his fifth straight game on Sunday with an ankle injury he suffered in last Saturday's game against the Lakers.

Arash Markazi is a reporter and columnist for ESPNLosAngeles.com.