Keith Pompey: #Sixers starters @Joel Embiid and JJ Redick and reserve @Mike Scott will all miss tonight’s game vs. the #Heat.
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Serena Winters: Mike Scott is OUT for tonight’s game (lower back tightness). Furkan Korkmaz (right knee surgery) has been upgraded to available for tonight’s game. (Joel Embiid & JJ Redick are out. Jonah Bolden remains questionable with a sore left knee). #Sixers
Serena Winters: #Sixers updates Joel Embiid (left knee soreness) and JJ Redick (back tightness) are OUT for tomorrow’s game vs. Miami. Jonah Bolden is questionable with a sore left knee. On a positive note, Furkan Korkmaz (right knee surgery) has been upgraded to questionable.
Tom Moore: JJ Redick (nausea) out for tonight’s game. #Sixers
Kyle Neubeck: Joel Embiid is out. JJ Redick will play
Kyle Neubeck: JJ Redick and Joel Embiid are both questionable for tonight’s game. Embiid has a sore left ankle that was tweaked in the Washington game.
Jessica Camerato: JJ Redick is out (lower back tightness). Marco Belinelli to start.
Keith Pompey: #Sixers guards @Markelle Fultz, @JJ Redick and @Furkan Korkmaz did not make the trip to Memphis.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Sixers guard JJ Redick’s left leg injury isn’t serious and he will likely miss only a short window of time, league sources tell ESPN.
Keith Pompey: JJ Redick is back
Jonathan Feigen: J.J. Redick out for the Sixers vs. the Rockets tonight. Dario Saric starts.
Jessica Camerato: Redick started feeling tightness in his back yesterday morning. “Nothing out of the ordinary … I’ll be fine. Not a big deal,” he said.
Keith Pompey: JJ Redick will NOT play tonight.
Jessica Camerato: Okafor has an upper respiratory infection, not with the team at shootaround. Redick questionable tonight with lower back tightness.
J. Michael Falgoust: Per Doc Rivers, J.J. Redick (Right ankle sprain) is in #WizClippers #WASatLAC
One can only imagine how painful a bruised heel can be, and no one knows that better than Clippers shooting guard J.J. Redick. He spoke about his bruised left heel, an injury sustained April 12 against Memphis in the second-to-last game of the regular season, after Wednesday’s 102-81 victory over Portland in Game 2 of the first round of the playoffs. “It’s something that I have to continue to monitor and take care of,” Redick said. “To be honest, it’s very sore. And after Sunday’s game it was pretty sore the last few days. So it’s just something that, hopefully, will heal. But it’s going to take time.”
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June 17, 2019 | 2:17 am EDT Update
Vlade Divac and his team have placed an emphasis on improving the center position, but according to a league source, while the team holds Nikola Vucevic in high regard, the team is not expected to chase the Orlando Magic big man in free agency, despite reports to the contrary.
“I think for us, there is nothing more that we can do. We’ve done it. The city has done it. This franchise had done it. The coaches have done it. My teammates have done it. We’ve done our job. The best way to recruit somebody is to just be yourself over the course of the year, and I would assume that he knows what is here and what makes this place special,” VanVleet said at the team’s first media availability since winning the NBA title. “If it’s enough than it’s enough. If it’s not then it’s not. … We would all love for him to be back and if he’s not then we will move on from there. It’s not the biggest deal in the world. He came here and did what he was supposed to do. So he brought this city a championship and I think he has earned his freedom and his career to do what he wants to do and we’ll all respect him and admire him.”
The Post reported Saturday that Draymond Green flew to New York over the weekend and was to meet with a recuperating Durant. A source said Green was visiting as “a friend’’ and not a business associate looking to convince him to return to Golden State.
Multiple Nets players and members of the staff tell NetsDaily they believe they’ll be playing with Irving this upcoming season … and not D’Angelo Russell. There’s belief within the organization that Kyrie is nearly a “done deal” and if that’s the case, Russell is unlikely to return.
If the stars don’t align for the Knicks, Mills could take his $74 million in cap space and try one-year deals with some of the better free agents. Or in a long-term deal pursue former Laker and Pelican Julius Randle, whom they like, or take a flier on former No. 2 pick Jabari Parker, who has been an injury-riddled bust.