Sixers to have guard Shake Milton return in road matchup with Nets

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The Philadelphia 76ers will be down a few players on Thursday when they take on the Brooklyn Nets on the road to wrap up their 3-game trip, including being down their head coach, but they will have some players return from the health protocols in this one.

Andre Drummond cleared the protocols on Wednesday and he rejoined the team at practice so he will be able to take the floor in this one. They will also have Shake Milton return from the protocols and rejoin the team on Thursday against the Nets.

Both Drummond and Milton last played on Dec. 16 against this same Nets squad as they both missed four games before clearing protocols. It is important for the Sixers right now to get as healthy as possible as they move forward with their season.

The Sixers have won two straight on the road and they will be looking to make it a clean sweep against the Nets. Tipoff from the Barclays Center is set for 7 p.m. EST as they end the 2021 portion of their schedule.

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