Tobias Harris listed as questionable for Sixers vs. Jazz due to knee issue

The Philadelphia 76ers will begin a five-game West Coast swing on Saturday when they take on the Utah Jazz. The Sixers will be looking to bounce back from a poor defensive effort in Thursday’s loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder and they will look to continue their growth as a team.

They might have to begin their trip without Tobias Harris. The veteran out of Tennessee suffered a knee issue early in the loss to the Thunder and it seemed to affect him on the defensive end as he appeared to not move as well as he normally does.

Harris is officially listed as questionable for the matchup with the Jazz due to left knee soreness.

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If Harris can’t go, it will be yet another game where Philadelphia will be without their regular starting lineup. They have only had their regular starters for eight games through the first half of the season.

The Sixers and the Jazz will tipoff at 9 p.m. EST from Salt Lake City on Saturday.


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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire