Carl Landry

#7 PF / Philadelphia 76ers / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-9 Weight: 248 lb Age: 32 College: Purdue

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    76ers' Carl Landry: Falls out of rotation Wednesday

    Landry (coach's decision) didn't get off the bench in Wednesday's 96-87 win over the Magic. Landry had played only seven and four minutes, respectively, in the Sixers' previous two games, so the fact that he didn't play Wednesday isn't anything out of the blue. The veteran forward looks to be behind Jahlil Okafor, Nerlens Noel, Richaun Holmes, and Jerami Grant in the team's frontcourt rotation.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Draws a surprise start Wednesday

    Landry drew a surprise start Wednesday in place of Nerlens Noel who was experiencing a case of mild nausea, Molly French of CSN Philadelphia reports. This was certainly a surprise, as every media source confirmed Noel as the starter. However, he left the court literally seconds before tip-off to head to the locker room. Landry drew the start in his place, but Noel did return to the game after a couple minutes.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Collects 11 points in blowout loss

    Landry collected 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-6 FT), four rebounds, an assist and a pair of steals over 16 minutes in Saturday's 130-99 loss to the Clippers. After sitting due to coach's decision over the Sixers' last two contests, the nine-year veteran returned with an efficient performance over limited time. Landry's effort was the third time in the four games since his return that he's posted double-digit scoring, with the sole exception being an eight-minute apperance against the Jazz last Monday. While Philadelphia has a crowded frontcourt that includes Nerlens Noel, Jerami Grant and Richaun Holmes, Landry's productivity and veteran savvy figure to continue helping him carve out some modest playing time.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Fails to make impact in start

    Landry played only eight minutes while starting at power forward in Monday's 95-91 loss to the Jazz. He finished with no points (0-3 FG) and no rebounds. Landry was set to face a 20-minute restriction heading into Monday's contest, but he didn't even see half of that amount of playing time after struggling to make an impact early in the game. It's expected that Landry will head back to a reserve role Wednesday against the Kings, as Jahlil Okafor (knee) is expected to rejoin the starting five after sitting out the previous two contests.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Will start Monday

    Landry will draw the start Monday in Utah, Keith Pompey of the Philly Daily News reports. Landry made his season debut off the bench Dec. 23, and played 13 minutes. He then played 23 minutes off the bench his next outing. The 76ers must be pleased with his progress, as he is already in their starting lineup. Expect him to still be on somewhat of a minute restriction, but this is a good sign for his current status with the team.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Still under 20-minute restriction

    Landry will be held to a 20-minute restriction in Monday's game against the Jazz, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Landry is playing in just his third game of the season since his return from wrist surgery last June, so coach Brett Brown remains cognizant of not overworking the veteran big man in his first few games back. The 32-year-old actually exceeded his restriction in Saturday's win over the Suns by playing 23 minutes, so the 20-minute limit seems to be pretty soft. Landry has looked good in his first two games with double-digit points in both outings, and could see his role grow as he gets healthier.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Tallies 16 points in Saturday victory

    Landry tallied 16 points (7-10 FG, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds and a steal over 23 minutes in Saturday's 111-104 victory over the Suns. The 32-year-old received a nice chunk of playing time in only his second game back from off-season wrist surgery, in part due to the musical chairs in the frontcourt brought about by Jahlil Okafor's absence due to a knee injury. Landry shot extremely well and also hauled in six of his eight boards on the defensive glass. It remains to be seen how the nine-year veteran will be deployed, but if history is any indication, he can be counted on for some solid shooting and rebounding numbers over 20-25 minutes a night

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Set to make season debut

    Landry (wrist) will be active for Wednesday's game against the Bucks, Brian Seltzer of Sixers.com reports. Landry has been sidelined all season with a right wrist injury but seems in line to make his debut against Milwaukee. Although, he's expected to be limited and won't have much of an impact on Wednesday's game.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Hopes to return during road swing

    Coach Brett Brown said Wednesday that he's hoping Landry (wrist) will be able to return sometime during the team's upcoming West Coast road trip, Tom Moore of Calkins Media reports. The veteran has been slowly working back from wrist surgery in June, and he began practicing with the 76ers earlier in the month. He's without a firm return timeline, but the Sixers head west on Saturday to begin a five-game trip that includes stops in Phoenix, Utah, Sacramento and Los Angeles. Landry is expected to return at some point during the trip, so consider him game-to-game beginning Saturday.

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    76ers' Carl Landry: Practices Wednesday

    Landry (wrist) practiced with the 76ers on Wednesday, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Landry returned to Philadelphia after spending time rehabbing in the D-League, but he remains on course to return to the court sometime in January. While the veteran may be one of the 76ers' better players, the team's youth movement will likely limit his fantasy impact once he's cleared to play.

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