James Wiseman, Eric Paschall cleared to play for Warriors vs. 76ers

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Warriors' Wiseman, Paschall cleared to play vs. 76ers originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The Warriors will be getting some much-needed reinforcements Tuesday night when they face the Philadelphia 76ers at Chase Center.

Both James Wiseman and Eric Paschall are cleared to play against the Eastern Conference's top team. Wiseman and Paschall have missed the last three games due to health and safety protocols.

While Wiseman and Paschall will suit up, Steph Curry will miss his third straight game with a bruised tailbone. Curry suffered the injury in last Wednesday's win over the Houston Rockets. Curry still is considered day-to-day.

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Veteran big man Kevon Looney, who missed Saturday's loss to the Charlotte Hornets due to COVID-19 protocols, was back at practice Monday and said he received a false positive test and all subsequent tests have come back negative. Looney is cleared to play Tuesday.

The 76ers will be without star center Joel Embiid who has been out since suffering a knee injury on March 12.

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