Tobias Harris Stats
- Height / Weight
- 80 / 226 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/15/1992 (29)
Tobias Harris Last 10 Games
Tobias Harris News
Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid (rest) and power forward Tobias Harris (knee) are "most likely" going to suit up for Thursday's game against Toronto, according to head coach Doc Rivers. The duo sat out the preseason opener, allowing Andre Drummond and Georges Niang to draw starts in their stead, respectively. Drummond was able to notch a double-double in his time, while Niang couldn't find a consistent rhythm with the starting five. DFS managers can anticipate Embiid being eased into action with his extensive injury history, while the return of Harris is encouraging for season-long managers who face draft decisions on the high-scoring wing in the coming days.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris (knee) won't be available for the preseason showdown in Toronto against the Raptors. The veteran is dealing with right knee soreness, although at the moment, it isn't anything that will force him to miss the start of the regular season. Philly will also be without Joel Embiid (rest) and Ben Simmons (personal), so Tyrese Maxey, Georges Niang, and Andre Drummond will begin Monday's contest as members of the starting unit.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris (ankle) is expected to play on Saturday against the Wizards. The veteran injured his left ankle during the Game 2 win but was able to practice on Friday. Harris is averaging 28 points throughout the first two games of the postseason and should remain on the DFS radar, although he is a risky option considering his situation.
Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris carried the offense with 21 points in Thursday's loss to Miami, shooting 8-for-17 from the field and 5-for-6 at the foul line. He had no luck from downtown, going 0-for-4. Harris was one of only three Sixers players to get into double figures in scoring, and the list didn't include Joel Embiid, who had only six points on 3-for-6 shooting. Harris added four rebounds to his tally with one assist, one steal and one block. The Sixers rolled with a red-hot offense just last week, but they have now failed to hit the 100-point mark in back-to-back games. They will finish up the regular season with a pair of games against Harris' former team Orlando, which is a great matchup to find some offensive rhythm ahead of the playoffs, as the Magic are ranked 24th in defensive efficiency.