Seth Curry out for Sixers against Bucks due to left foot contusion

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The injury report grows a little longer for the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday as they get to take on the Milwaukee Bucks. As the team is still missing Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, and Matisse Thybulle, they will now be down another key piece.

Seth Curry, who has taken on much more responsibility amid the team missing so many guys, will be joining his teammates on the sideline. The sharpshooter out of Duke will be out on Tuesday to a left foot contusion that he suffered recently.

Without Curry, the Sixers will be missing 16.8 points and 48.3% shooting from deep so this will be another game where Philadelphia will have to rely on others in order to dig deep and pull this one out.

This is the second game of a back-to-back and it’s Philadelphia’s fifth game in seven nights. There is a lot that this team is dealing with right now and it is tough to see them lose Curry as well.

At this point, rookie Jaden Springer and two-way player Aaron Henry will most likely get a look. Tipoff with the Bucks is set for 7:30 p.m. EST.

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