Thursday, November 14, 2013
Michael Carter-Williams still day to day
For now, Michael
is day to day.
The 76ers did not offer an
update Thursday on the rookie’s left foot injury, which is being termed a left
foot arch bruise. There's no word on whether he will be available to play in the team’s three-game, four-day roadtrip that
Sixers coach Brett Brown
he learned Carter-Williams would be a scratch from Wednesday night’s 123-117
overtime win over Houston “at 5 p.m.”
“It was a combination of
medical people, really,” Brown said. “Michael’s good to go, but the medical
people advised us we should treat it gently and treat it with respect and it
would be best given our schedule that he sat out (Wednesday) and I reluctantly
Carter-Williams, who was
observed in a walking boot at Wednesday’s game, was a full participant in the
team’s morning shootaround. He sat out Tuesday’s practice.
The point guard said Tuesday
that he injured his foot by stepping on a player in the Sixers’ loss to San
Carter-Williams is averaging
17.4 points, 7.6 assists and 5.4 rebounds in eight games for the Sixers, who
play in Atlanta Friday, in New Orleans Saturday and in Dallas Monday.
Labels: Brett Brown, injury report, Michael Carter-Williams