The Philadelphia 76ers are getting set to take on the Orlando Magic on Sunday to not only finish up their 3-game road trip, but also their 2-game mini-series with the Magic.
As the Sixers get set to take on the Magic on Sunday, they will still be very short-handed as they have been over the past few games.
The injury report on Saturday revealed that Joel Embiid will remain out due to a left mid-foot sprain while James Harden, Tyrese Maxey, Jaden Springer, and Matisse Thybulle also are out. Harden is dealing with a right foot tendon strain, Maxey has a left foot fracture, Springer has a right quad strain, and Thybulle has an ankle issue.
The Sixers were able to come away with a win over the Magic on Friday thanks to the efforts of Shake Milton and Tobias Harris. With Embiid and the others still recovering, it will be up to those guys to step up and lead the way on the floor.
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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire