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Sixers impressed by Seth Curry in first post All-Star break practice

USA Today


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The Philadelphia 76ers got back to work on Wednesday night in the Windy City as they prepared to take on the Chicago Bulls on Thursday without star duo Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. In his place, assistant Dave Joerger took over the coaching duties as the team got back to work in Chicago. “His body looked lively today; I was loving it. I thought he looked sharp today, made shots, just seemed like maybe as much mental. You don’t know what he got hit with and having to try to fight back through that, I’ve not been through it, but it seemed like it was wearing on him a little bit, and so we’re looking for big things from him in the second half.”

It is so important to have Curry get back into a groove.

“I am not the head coach in that area that I know what exactly the protocol is when they’ll be back,” Joerger stated.

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