The Philadelphia 76ers hit the road Monday to face the Houston Rockets as they look to extend their 6-game winning streak, but they will do so while still being a little shorthanded in the backcourt.
The Sixers were already heading into this game while missing Tyrese Maxey due to health protocols and Shake Milton due to a low back contusion, but they will also miss Seth Curry due to left ankle pain.
Curry, who has been a big help in basketball rebounding lately, appeared to have injured his ankle in Friday’s win over the San Antonio Spurs when he crashed into a row of fans as he chased basketball.
Seth Curry is out tonight with left ankle pain #Sixers
– Ky Carlin (@Ky_Carlin) January 10, 2022
The Sixers knocked out the Rockets on January 3 and they will look to sweep the series off the season while relying more on Furkan Korkmaz to execute the offense. Philadelphia will also likely look to Danny Green to start in place of Curry.
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