Scott will move to the bench Wednesday against the Nets, Kyle Neubeck of Philly Voice reports.
Scott has started the last three games, but with the Sixers mired in a two-game skid, he'll shift to the bench in favor of rookie Matisse Thybulle. Scott had five points and four rebounds in Monday's loss to Indiana.
Scott had seven points (3-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt), four rebounds and an assist in a 109-98 win against Boston on Thursday.
With center Joel Embiid out (finger), teammate Al Horford slid into his spot while Scott took the four. The veteran did fill in some gaps, such as his tip shot that tied the game during the 76ers' 11-0 third-quarter run. The 31-year-old won't match the production of Embiid or any of the other team's starters, but the chance itself provides opportunities to increase his fantasy value.
Scott is in the starting lineup for Thursday's matchup against Boston, Jace Frederick of St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
With Joel Embiid out with a torn ligament in his finger, Scott will reportedly slide into the starting five. The Virginia product has garnered four starts this season and has averaged 24.3 minutes, 12.3 points and 5.0 rebounds in those contests.
Scott posted 15 points (5-7 FG, 5-7 3Pt) and four rebounds in 29 minutes during Thursday's 115-109 win over the Celtics.
Scott exceeded his scoring average for the fourth straight game and matched his season high in threes. He has now reached double figures in scoring in six of 26 appearances this season, and if Al Horford (knee) remains sidelined for Friday's matchup versus the Pelicans, Scott could be a sneaky cheap option in daily formats given how bad New Orleans has been defensively.
Scott is starting Thursday's game against the Celtics, Clevis Murray of The Athletic reports.
Scott will draw just his second start of the season with Al Horford ruled out due to a knee injury. He finished with 21 points, six rebounds and two assists over 24 minutes in his other start this year.
Scott contributed 21 points (9-12 FG, 3-5 3Pt) in a blowout victory over the Cavaliers on Saturday, adding six boards and two assists.
Scott got the start in this game as Joel Embiid was out with some hip discomfort. He played well, topping his season-high in points, and going 75 percent from the field. The 31-year old typically doesn't provide enough value to warrant ownership in anything other than the deepest of leagues, and likely saw 24 minutes in this one because Embiid was out and Matisse Thybulle left the game after rolling his ankle.
Scott will draw the start at power forward Saturday against the Cavaliers, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Scott will make his first start of the season Saturday. In the games he's seen at least 20 minutes, he's averaged 6.7 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.0 assist.
Scott had zero points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt), three rebounds, an assist and a steal in a 119-113 loss at Washington on Thursday.
Along with most of Philadelphia's bench unit, the 31-year-old failed to make meaningful contributions on the offensive end, missing all of his field goals. Despite that setback, Scott is producing 5.4 points and 3.3 rebounds per game, roughly similar to the 5.8 points and 3.5 rebounds he averaged last season.
Scott tallied 12 points (4-8 FG, 4-6 3Pt), four rebounds and one block in Wednesday's 109-104 win against the Knicks.
With Josh Richardson (hip) out, Scott helped make up for Richardson's 14.8 points per game with his third double-digit scoring total this season, including a three-ball with 1:29 left in the game to help win seal the win. The 31-year-old has solidified himself as a key member of Philadelphia's rotation due to his high-energy style of play and ability to shoot the three at a high percentage (40.5 percent).
Scott posted three points (1-5 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), four rebounds and two steals in Friday's 100-97 loss to the Nuggets.
Scott has provided 6.8 points (48.8 percent on field goals and 37.5 percent of 3-point shots) and three rebounds in 17.1 minutes per game. In his second year with Philadelphia, the 31-year-old has continued to be a reliable role player in a largely tall frontcourt, playing behind Al Horford, but he shouldn't see a major uptick in minutes except in situational matchups.
Scott (ankle) will be available for Saturday's game against the Pistons, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philly reports.
Scott had been nursing a sprained ankle, but he carried a probable designation into the day, so his status was never in much doubt.
Scott (ankle) has been upgraded to probable for Saturday's game against the Pistons, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Scott could be in line for a slight bigger workload than the 16 minutes he logged opening night due to the Joel Embiid (ankle) being ruled out. Confirmation on his status should arrive closer to tip-off.
Scott is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Pistons due to a left ankle sprain, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Scott played 16 minutes in Wednesday's season opener against the Celtics, but it's unclear if he suffered the ankle sprain during that stretch. The team should have an update on Scott's status following shootaround Saturday morning.
Scott and Philadelphia came to terms Sunday on a two-year, $9.8 million contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Scott added veteran experience off the bench for the Sixers after being traded from the Clippers in February, and he finished the year averaging 5.8 points along with 3.5 rebounds over 79 games. He figures to slot into a similar role after agreeing to remain in Philly.
Scott produced 11 points (4-5 FG, 3-4 3Pt), four rebounds, and two assists in 20 minutes during Thursday's 112-101 Game 6 win over the Raptors.
Scott saw 20-plus minutes for the first time since the first round, and he responded by reaching double figures in scoring for the second straight game. Greg Monroe (DNP-Coach's Decision) and Boban Marjanovic (seven minutes) are likely to be left out of the rotation altogether for Sunday's Game 7, as the latter was ineffective in two short first half stints and then didn't reappear until garbage time. As a result, Scott seems to be the only reliable reserve outside of James Ennis, so both should be expected to earn at least 20 minutes in the series finale.
Scott collected 10 points (4-5 FG, 2-2 3Pt) and four rebounds in 18 minutes during Tuesday's 125-89 Game 5 loss to the Raptors.
Scott had combined to score just five points on six field goal attempts across 27 minutes during the last two games as he worked his way back from a bruised heel. It's somewhat likely that Scott would've seen even more playing time if the score hadn't been so lopsided. Nevertheless, Scott is still one of the team's most reliable two-way reserves, and there's a decent chance he'll earn at least 20 minutes (which he did in four of five games in the first round) in Thursday's Game 6.
Scott (heel) will play during Thursday's Game 3 against the Raptors, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
A right heel bruise put Scott's status into question, but the big man will make his series debut Thursday. During the first round, he averaged 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in 23.6 minutes.
Scott (heel) is listed as questionable for Thursday's playoff contest against Toronto, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Scott has been progressing well recently, as he was able to practice Wednesday despite continuing to nurse a bruised right heel. The former second-round pick has yet to see action in the Toronto series after averaging 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in all five games against the Nets in Round 1. Scott will likely be a game-time call Thursday.
Scott (heel) participated in Wednesday's practice, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
A right heel bruise has prevented Scott from playing in the series against Toronto so far. However, it appears he's trending toward a return. Until an official announcement is made, Scott should tentatively be considered questionable for Thursday's Game 4.
Scott (heel) has been ruled out for Game 2 against the Raptors on Monday, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Scott will miss the first two contests of the Second Round due to a bruised right heel. He'll have a few days off until next chance to return, which will come Thursday in Game 3.
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