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76ers' Jerryd Bayless: Expected to have cast removed next week
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bayless (wrist) is expected to have his cast removed next week, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Bayless underwent season-ending surgery on his left wrist in mid-December to address a torn ligament, and it now looks like he's ready to advance to the next phase of his rehab. The point guard is expected to be back to full strength by the start of training camp next fall and could end of challenging for the starting role if the 76ers determine Ben Simmons (foot) isn't ready to man the position right away.

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76ers' Ben Simmons: Undergoes minor foot procedure
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Simmons underwent a minor procedure Monday to insert bone marrow in his fractured right foot, Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

The 76ers announced last week that Simmons wouldn't make his debut in 2016-17 after CT scans showed that his foot hadn't fully healed, but in an effort to speed up his rehab process, he had the procedure to stimulate bone growth and speed up the healing process. Simmons is expected to resume training by the end of the week, though the 76ers will likely be extremely cautious with his activities. The organization remains hopeful that Simmons will be back to full health by the time the summer league arrives, which should provide an opportunity for the 20-year-old to get in some in-game reps before training camp in the fall.

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76ers' Joel Embiid: Out indefinitely with left knee injury
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Embiid is experiencing some swelling in his left knee and has been ruled out indefinitely, Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Even though Embiid was able to practice last week, the 76ers had ruled him out for the first four games out of the All-Star break while he continued to deal with a bone bruise in his left knee, along with a slight tear of his meniscus. However, it now looks like the center could be at risk of missing the rest of the season, as the swelling in Embiid's knee was problematic enough for the 76ers to send him in for an MRI on Monday. The team should have a more specific timetable for Embiid's return once the MRI results are read, but given the 76ers' place in the standings along with how important the big man is to their long-term plans, shutting him down for the season is a real possibility. With Embiid out indefinitely, Nerlens Noel now with the Mavericks and newly acquired centers Tiago Splitter (calf, hip) and Andrew Bogut (personal) seemingly having no future with the team, Jahlil Okafor should be in store for a long-term run as the 76ers' starting center. Richaun Holmes will also pick up regular playing time as Okafor's main backup.

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76ers' Andrew Bogut: Likely to join Cavaliers once buyout is secured
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bogut (personal) is expected to join the Cavaliers once he secures a buyout from the 76ers, Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio reports.

Bogut was traded to the 76ers on Thursday as part of the deal that sent Nerlens Noel to the Mavericks, but it's not expected that he'll ever see the floor in a Philadelphia uniform. He has yet to report to the team since the trade after 76ers coach Brett Brown said Friday that the big man would be away for at least a week to tend to a personal matter, but that won't preclude the team from getting started in negotiating a buyout. Assuming Bogut goes unclaimed off waivers once the buyout is official, he'll likely draw interest from a number of clubs, but the Cavaliers are believed to be the top playoff-contending team interested in bringing him aboard. Bogut would slot in as the backup to starting center Tristan Thompson, bringing some desperately needed rim-protecting skills to a Cavs roster.

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76ers' Robert Covington: Second straight double-double Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Covington scored 20 points (7-19 FG, 2-11 3Pt, 4-4 FT) while adding 10 rebounds, three steals, two assists and two blocks in 39 minutes during Saturday's 110-109 loss to the Knicks.

It was his second straight double-double and ninth of the season, adding to his career high. Covington also extended his streak of games with multiple steals to an amazing 13, and he's averaging 16.5 points, 7.8 boards, 2.9 steals, 2.6 three-pointers and 1.2 blocks over that stretch despite missing three games in the middle of that run to a hand injury.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGRobert Covington , SF12.2
RPGRobert Covington , SF6.3
APGT.J. McConnell , PG6.2
FG%Dario Saric , PF40.2
FT%Gerald Henderson , SG84.3
3P%Nik Stauskas , SG37.8
BLOCKSRobert Covington , SF47
STEALSRobert Covington , SF102
MPGRobert Covington , SF31.4
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