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The Philadelphia 76ers are getting set to now hit the road to face the Washington Wizards in Game 3 on Saturday to continue their Round 1 series in the playoffs. They will be looking to take a 3-0 series lead over the Wizards and look to take a stranglehold on the series.

The Sixers will have to continue to play hard, but they are also dealing with some injuries. Tobias Harris was dealing with a left ankle injury that he suffered in Game 2 while Seth Curry is also dealing with a left ankle sprain that he suffered in the Game 2 win.

As the team got back to work at practice on Friday, coach Doc Rivers did provide some updates on both players.

“Tobias, I think he’ll be good,” said Rivers. “He went through most of the stuff today. Seth didn’t go through anything, but we think he’ll be good, but we just don’t know.”

When Harris was asked about his ankle, he stated that “it’s good” during his post-practice availability.

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