Full injury report for Kyle Lowry, Sixers vs. Bucks in home matchup

The Philadelphia 76ers get back at it when they play host to the Milwaukee Bucks in a Sunday matinee. After a terrific win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday, the Sixers will be looking to build some momentum and string some wins together.

As they get ready to face the Bucks, they will still be missing a certain large human in the form of Joel Embiid. The big fella is still recovering from his Feb. 6 meniscus procedure and will be re-evaluated in early March.

Robert Covington also remains out due to a left knee bone bruise as he has not played since Dec. 30. KJ Martin is probable due to a right knee impingement.

Then there is the case of Kyle Lowry who missed Friday’s win due to return to competition reconditioning. He is not listed on the injury report for this one as he looks all good to go. The same goes for De’Anthony Melton and Nic Batum who have been dealing with injuries as of late.

Tip off between the Sixers and the Bucks is set for 1 p.m. EST on Sunday. It will be interesting to see how Lowry fits in with Philadelphia in his second game with the group.

Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire