Due to a foot ailment, James Harden was unable to participate in Tuesday night’s victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves by the Philadelphia 76ers. On Friday, the Sixers are scheduled to play host to Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers at the Wells Fargo Center. Fans in Philadelphia are currently curious as to whether Harden will be able to play to try and aid his side against the Blazers.
Condition of James Harden against the Blazers
The fact that Harden’s injury won’t keep him out for more than one game will please Sixers fans. The former league MVP was later taken off the injury report before Friday’s game. This only indicates that, barring any unanticipated setbacks, he should start against the Blazers.
Harden missed Tuesday’s game against the Timberwolves due to an injured left foot. James Harden The Sixers, who were playing without several players, won the game 117-94. But, the 33-year-old took part in Thursday’s light practise, and the team judged that he was fit enough to suit up on Friday.
No other Sixers player was included on the injury report for their game versus Portland, with the exception of those who are on assignment in the NBA G League. We anticipate the 76ers to be totally healthy on Friday night, which should improve their chances of holding down their home floor against Lillard and company.
The Sixers are presently four games behind the top-seeded Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference standings at 43-22 and third place overall.