Tobias Harris Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 226 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/15/1992 (28)
Tobias Harris Last 10 Games
Tobias Harris News
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris ended a three-game absence with an 18-point effort on 8-for-16 shooting in Thursday's loss to Milwaukee. He also notched six assists with two rebounds and one turnover in 30 minutes. Harris had played through a knee issue before taking a break for a few games. Despite his health issues, Harris has been very strong with his play throughout the month and will look to improve on his Thursday's outing in another meeting with Bucks on Saturday. Milwaukee has taken a step back defensively in recent times, so it should be a good opportunity for Harris to pick up momentum ahead of the final stretch of the season.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris (knee) and guard Seth Curry (hip) are expected to play Thursday against the Milwaukee Bucks. Curry rested on Wednesday while Harris has not played since April 14th. Head coach Doc Rivers expects both to suit up and be available in this one, but check back before tip-off just to be certain. If either player are out, the Sixers will likely turn to Matisse Thybulle and Tyrese Maxey, especially with Furkan Korkmaz (ankle) ailing.
The Philadelphia 76ers are set to be considerably short-handed for Friday's game versus the Clippers with small/power forward Tobias Harris (knee), shooting guard Seth Curry (hip) and center Dwight Howard (knee) all ruled out. Harris' loss looms the largest, with Mike Scott likely to see a bump in minutes and usage, while Ben Simmons could also see increased rebounding opportunities. No Curry should allow Furkan Korkmaz to serve as Philly's primary long-range marksman, while Joel Embiid will be without his primary backup. The next chance that any of the injured trio has at returning to the court comes Monday against Golden State.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris (knee) and center Dwight Howard (knee) are questionable for Friday's game against the Clippers. Harris seems more likely to go than Howard, who missed the team's last contest. If the veteran big man can't play- Joel Embiid would see all the minutes he can handle- with Mike Scott perhaps backing him up as a small-ball five.