Seth Curry probable for tomorrow night’s game vs Celtics
The 76ers COVID issues are finally starting to clear up. This evening, it was announced Seth Curry is now probable for tomorrow night’s game against Boston. Curry has missed the last two weeks, totaling seven games during that time. The 6’2 guard’s presence on the court has been greatly missed during those games.
While he cleared protocols to play last night, the Sixers sat Curry to help him get back into game shape. In the eight games Seth did play, Philadelphia was 7-1. The Sixers are undefeated with the entire starting lineup healthy. Curry shot an astounding 59.5% from three and a career-high 17 points per game during those games. While those numbers may drop, it shows how impactful Seth is from deep.
Vincent Poirier is still out under health and safety protocols. The backup center has been out just as long as Curry, and hopefully, all is okay. Mike Scott is also sidelined once again due to right knee swelling. For Boston, Jayson Tatum is still out, and rookie Aaron Nesmith is listed as questionable. The Sixers host the Celtics again tomorrow at 7:30.
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