Danny Green, Tobias Harris out for Sixers as they host red hot Bulls

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As the Philadelphia 76ers look to wrap up their 4-game homestand on Wednesday when they host the red hot Chicago Bulls, they will once again be going to battle shorthanded.

While the team will still be missing Ben Simmons as he continues with his mental health recovery, they will also be down two starters who also play an important role for them.

Danny Green will miss the game against the Bulls due to left hamstring tightness. He has to leave Monday’s win over the Portland Trail Blazers with the injury and coach Doc Rivers did express some concern over the injury as Green asked to come out of the game which is something he does not do.

On top of that, Philadelphia will also be missing Tobias Harris. He was a late scratch on Monday after entering the league’s health and safety protocols and Rivers is unsure of what comes next for his perimeter scorer.

The Sixers are 3-0 on this homestand and they will be looking to close it off with another win before heading out on the road for two quick games. After hosting the Bulls, they will face the Detroit Pistons on the road on Thursday before facing the Bulls again in Chicago on Saturday.

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