Shams Charania: 76ers‘ Joel Embiid (COVID-19) and Tobias Harris (hip) will return to lineup tonight vs. Minnesota.
Ky Carlin: Seth Curry, Tobias Harris, and Danny Green are all questionable for tomorrow’s matchup with the Warriors Joel Embiid remains out with hopes of him returning on Saturday Ben Simmons remains out #Sixers
Ky Carlin: Tobias Harris went through most of practice today. Seth Curry did not go through anything today. #Sixers
Brandon Rahbar: Lu Dort is out tonight vs the 76ers. Tony Bradley is questionable with a left ankle sprain. Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, Danny Green and Tobias Harris all questionable for Philly. 76ers injury report out here looking like they’re trying to Fade4Cade.
Noah Levick: Ben Simmons (illness) is out tonight, Doc Rivers says tonight. Joel Embiid will play. Rivers says he's counting on Tobias Harris and Seth Curry being available.
Kyle Neubeck: Curry, Simmons, Harris all missing this one tonight. Surprised Embiid is going but let’s see how this goes pic.twitter.com/8UCBdi6hiE
Derek Bodner: "A lot of guys are on the brink of either way (playing or not)," Doc Rivers says of his availability. "Instead of going by name, I think it's easier to just say it that way." Seth Curry, Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris and Ben Simmons were all questionable on the 1:30 injury report
Noah Levick: Joel Embiid (left knee recovery) and Seth Curry (left hip flexor recovery) have been added to the injury report as questionable. Tobias Harris (right knee soreness) and Ben Simmons (illness) remain questionable.
Derek Bodner: #sixers afternoon injury report has the following players listed as questionable: - Ben Simmons (illness) - Dwight Howard (left knee soreness) - George Hill (right thumb) - Tobias Harris (right knee soreness) - Seth Curry (left hip flexor tightness Also: - Steph Curry (ankle)
Noah Levick: Four Sixers are listed as questionable for tomorrow night's game vs. Golden State: George Hill (right thumb surgery) Tobias Harris (right knee soreness) Seth Curry (left hip flexor tightness) Dwight Howard (left knee soreness)
Ky Carlin: Tobias Harris is listed as questionable for tomorrow’s matchup with the Clippers due to right knee soreness. Dwight Howard is also questionable due to left knee soreness. George Hill remains out. #Sixers
The team hopes that Harris can return on Wednesday against the Utah Jazz in their final game before the All-Star break. “I hope so,” said coach Doc Rivers. “He really tried to play tonight, but we more made the call tonight. We need him, hopefully, we can get him back next game.”
Serena Winters: The Sixers say that Tobias Harris does not have any concussion symptoms. He is back in this game.
Tim Bontemps: Tobias Harris has been down for a couple of minutes after landing directly on his face on the court. Several members of the Sixers staff are over attending to him, including Sixers coach Brett Brown. Harris has only now just gotten up to his feet.
Serena Winters: Praying Tobias Harris is okay...He just took a nasty fall, hit his head so hard on the ground. Scary sight in Orlando but he is up and walking back to the lockerroom. 🙏🏻
Ira Winderman: 76ers listing Tobias Harris (Right Hip; Soreness) as questionable for tonight vs. Heat. Embiid is not on injury report on second night of Philadelphia's back to back.
Kyle Neubeck: Brett Brown says Tobias Harris had a stomach virus and that he went through today not knowing if he was going to play.
Andrew Greif: Tobias Harris (right shoulder) will see how his injury feels before the next game, in Charlotte. "Hopefully I can get good treatment on it and have it be better for there but yeah, I'll see how it feels."
Andrew Greif: Tobias Harris hurt his right shoulder Thursday defending a drive by LeBron, then reaggravated the injury in warmups. By that time, he said, he figured he might as well play.
Jovan Buha: Tobias Harris is sick and isn’t going through shootaround today. There’s a chance he doesn’t play tonight against the Blazers.
January 18, 2022 | 9:00 pm EST Update
Brian Robb: Celtics acquiring an injured Bol Bol and PJ Dozier is effectively a salary dump for the present. Allows team to cut about $4 million in salary (avoiding tax territory) and maybe get a look at some intriguing young guys once they get healthy. Assume 2nd round pick sent out too.
Groundbreaking basketball star Lusia Harris, the only woman to be drafted by an NBA team, has died at the age of 66. Harris’ family announced Tuesday that she died unexpectedly earlier in the day in her home state of Mississippi.
Harris was selected by the New Orleans Jazz in the seventh round (137th overall) of the 1977 NBA draft. However, she declined to try out for the team. Only later was it revealed that she was pregnant at the time.
January 18, 2022 | 8:48 pm EST Update
The Lakers are trying to find help, though their option appear limited. According to people with knowledge of the situation, the team is shopping 21-year-old Talen Horton-Tucker in trade discussions. Rival general managers believe the Lakers value Horton-Tucker, but they lack the mid-range contracts needed to put together a deal to upgrade their roster and understand no significant trade is getting made without him.