Friday, January 21 2022

Ky Carlin: Rivers said Tobias Harris is doing “a lot better” and that he could be back sooner rather than later #Sixers
Source: Twitter @Ky_Carlin

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Tom Moore @TomMoorePhilly
#Sixers coach Doc Rivers says Tobias Harris is doing better, but little change with others in protocols: pic.twitter.com/e6JXl5V1ez5:49 PM

Rich Hoffman @rich_hofmann
Some ok news from Doc Rivers, who says Tobias Harris is feeling better and will be back “sooner rather than later.” – 5:49 PM

Kyle Neubeck @KyleNeubeck
Doc Rivers says Tobias Harris is doing better after entering the protocol early last week and that he expects he should be back sooner than later – 5:49 PM

Justin Grasso @JGrasso_
Doc Rivers says Tobias Harris is “doing a lot better” #Sixers5:49 PM

Noah Levick @NoahLevick
Doc Rivers: Tobias Harris is doing “a lot better” and will be back “sooner than later.” – 5:48 PM

Ky Carlin @Ky_Carlin
Rivers said Tobias Harris is doing “a lot better” and that he could be back sooner rather than later #Sixers5:48 PM

Jim Owczarski @JimOwczarski
The #76ers meanwhile … that’s a whole other thing:
Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Isaiah Joe and Matisse Thybulle are ALL out for health and safety reasons.
And of course, Ben Simmons remains out of action. – 4:35 PM

Keith Pompey @PompeyOnSixers
#Sixers SG Seth Curry (foot contusion) is questionable for tonight’s game vs the #MilwaukeeBucks. Ben Simmons (mentally not ready to play), Joel Embiid (health and safety protocols), Tobias Harris (protocols), Isaiah Joe (protocols) & Matisse Thybulle (protocols) are out. #NBA2:29 PM

Justin Grasso @JGrasso_
Seth Curry is questionable with a foot contusion vs. #Bucks
Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Isaiah Joe, and Matisse Thybulle all remain out #Sixers1:31 PM

Steve Popper @StevePopper
Randle scores 10 points in 3:35 as Knicks hold off depleted 76ers
Randle finished with 31 points as the Knicks beat Philadelphia, whose missing players included Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris. newsday.com/sports/basketb…7:05 AM

More on this storyline

Tom Orsborn: Pop said he doesn’t expect Poeltl (health & safety protocols) to return this week. “I am not exactly sure” when he’ll be back,” he said. “They tell me every day, but I’m not a scientist. I listen to what they say, but I know he is not going to be ready for tomorrow or Friday.” -via Twitter @tom_orsborn / November 9, 2021

Duane Rankin: “Nobody getting it on purpose,” Monty Williams as Joel Embiid has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, expected to miss games. Williams said you can sometimes let your guard down if your vaccinated. Said medical staff doing everything to try to keep everybody safe. #Suns -via Twitter @DuaneRankin / November 8, 2021

Rod Beard: #Pistons Dwane Casey said the team is concerned about the COVID cases spreading around the league and they’re looking into getting players booster shots. -via Twitter @detnewsRodBeard / November 8, 2021

Source: Yahoo Sports

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