Korkmaz (foot) will be reevaluated in three weeks, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Korkmaz sustained a lisfranc injury while playing in the G-League in mid-December and has been slowly working his way back. The injury did not require surgery, but Korkmaz has thus far been limited to weight-bearing exercises and limited, controlled basketball activities. Look for more information, and perhaps a target return date, early next month.
Korkmaz (foot) will not need surgery to correct his injury, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
He will be re-evaluated in six weeks to determine if he can begin to do rehabilitative basketball work. That said, he hasn't been a significant part of the 76ers' rotation, so his absence won't have much of a fantasy impact.
Korkmaz is dealing with a lisfranc injury to his left foot and is considered out indefinitely, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Korkmaz suffered the injury playing with the Sixers' G-League affiliate Friday. He's slated for further evaluation and testing, which once performed, should give us a better indication for how long Korkmaz will sit out. For now, consider him out indefinitely, though he wasn't a part of the regular rotation, so it shouldn't cause any drastic changes for the Sixers.
Korkmaz was recalled from the G-League's Delaware 87ers on Saturday, Derek Bodner of The Athletic Philadelphia reports.
Korkmaz continues to bounce back and forth between the NBA and the G-League, though could see some action during Saturday's game against the Cavaliers considering Joel Embiid (rest) is out and Dario Saric (eye) is questionable. That said, it's doubtful he'll garner enough run to be fantasy relevant.
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