The Philadelphia 76ers they are fought by the minimum, in a way, and they will be able to play their game against the Denver Nuggets this Saturday. The NBA forces its teams to have eight active players to be able to play a game and the Sixers, in check, due to a possible outbreak, have managed to gather enough players for the duel to continue.
Those in Philadelphia have four members of their squad on the disabled list and the franchise tracks seven players more following the health protocol for Covid-19.
From the franchise they have warned that some players could miss several games in the case of testing positive or having been direct contact. This has led to hours before their game on Saturday against the Denver nuggets, the Sixers have only seven players available, one less than required by the league for the game to proceed normally.
Finally, the franchise has settled the accounts and, after the corresponding juggling with the injured, they have managed to list eight players, with the physical condition of one of them, Mike Scott, so far on the injured list, very questionable.
As reported by journalist Shams Charania, ., the seven tracked players are Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Danny Green, Shake Milton, Vincent Poirier, Paul Reed and Matisse Thybulle. They all add to the casualties of Seth curry for coronavirus, Furkan korkmaz due to injury and Terrance ferguson For personal motives.
76ers’ players currently listed questionable for Saturday vs. Denver due to health and safety protocols:
Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Danny Green, Shake Milton, Matisse Thybulle, Vincent Poirier, Paul Reed
– Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) January 9, 2021
Thus, the Philadelphia team will face the Nuggets with the following eight players: Tyrese Maxey, Isaiah Joe, Dwight Howard, Dakota Mathias, Tony Bradley, Danny Green, Paul Reed, and Mike Scott.