-- The 76ers' Tony Wroten
and Brandon Davies
are inactive for Monday's game against the Wizards, which tips off at 2 p.m.
Both sustained injuries Saturday at Chicago.
Wroten, pictured, is out with a right ankle sprain, for which he was receiving treatment in pregame. With swelling and the pain level below where the Sixers thought they'd be, Sixers coach Brett Brown
said Wroten may not miss as much time as previously believed.
through all the recovery stuff and lives in that recovery boot and gets the
treatment – the repetitive treatment," Brown said. He’s been real good trying to stay on it,
but it could linger for a while."
Davies, who is not with the team, has a dislocated finger on his right hand. He's believed to be in Philadelphia, having the injury evaluated.
“It’s a finger problem that we’re
learning more about," Brown said. "It’s a little bit vague because that’s the way we’ve been advised
to talk about it. We really just don’t know enough about it right now."
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