The Philadelphia 76ers are a team that is still working out the kinks as they continue to move forward with a new team and a new coach in Doc Rivers leading the way.
Unfortunately for Furkan Korkmaz, he suffered an adductor strain in the third game of the season and he is out for a couple of weeks when the team will re-evaluate his injury. “I’m doing some kind of stretching to my groin to make it better. I’m lifting to make it stronger, to activate the groin, and activate the core. I’m doing lifting to stay strong. Also, on the court, I’m doing some stuff like to get lower to make my groin, better and stronger, and stay active.”
As mentioned before, the Sixers are a team that is still working out the kinks. “Even when I don’t play, I am watching all the players that we’re going to play against. I’m watching the team clips, the lecture runs in practices, I do my stuff before or after. So I’m around the team. I talked to the guys, I talked to the coaching staff, even when I don’t play, I plan on watching the plays which we’re going to play tonight.”
The Sixers return home on Saturday and they will take on the Charlotte Hornets at 7:00 p.m. EST.