Jon Johnson: Joel Embiid will be a game time decision, as is James Ennis. Jonah Bolden will play
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Serena Winters: Joel Embiid is still listed as questionable on the 530 injury report. Jonah Bolden is probable (left knee soreness) James Ennis III (right quad contusion) is probable.
Derek Bodner: #sixers 5:30 PM injury report: – Joel Embiid (questionable, left knee soreness) – Jonah Bolden (probable, left knee soreness) – James Ennis (doubtful, right quad contusion).
Serena Winters: Brett Brown says Joel Embiid is still a game-time decision. Jonah Bolden is also a game-time decision.
Kyle Neubeck: Joel Embiid has been listed as doubtful for Game 1 of the Brooklyn Nets series. Jonah Bolden is questionable.
Serena Winters: Injury report says Jonah Bolden (left knee soreness) will be a partical participant in practice today (which is starting shortly). #Sixers #NBAPlayoffs
Serena Winters: Jonah Bolden will not return to tonight’s game (left knee soreness).
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
Jon Johnson: Jonah Bolden will be available tonight @ CHI.
Serena Winters: Jonah Bolden is OUT for tonight’s game with a sore right Achilles.
Kyle Neubeck: Jonah Bolden suffered a minor injury over the weekend with Delaware, per the Sixers
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April 20, 2019 | 6:39 pm EDT Update
Derek Bodner: Jimmy Butler on the altercation with Jared Dudley: “I just don’t think you should run up on anybody,” Embiid interrupts him to add “especially because the block was all ball.”
Vincent Goodwill: Embiid and Butler at the podium together. Embiid on the importance of winning: “We don’t want to be like the Warriors…(3-1).” Butler: “And that’s my (bleeping) cue.” Gets up, walks off podium and out of room
Missouri State forward Tulio Da Silva announced Friday he will declare for the NBA Draft, however he will maintain his college eligibility by not hiring an agent.