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76ers’ Doc Rivers Gives Promising Injury Update on Matisse Thybulle

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As the Philadelphia 76ers geared up to take on the Toronto Raptors at home on Thursday, third-year guard Matisse Thybulle was listed as questionable due to shoulder soreness. As a result, Thybulle was expected to be kept off the court for the next week. “I think he’s close. He won’t play tomorrow, I can tell you that. So, that’s your scoop of the day. But he’s close like, I don’t even think if it was a playoff game, I don’t know if we would play him tomorrow. So, it’s not anything serious, but it’s serious enough to sit out a game, I can tell you that. He’ll be fine, is my overall thought.”

When the Sixers returned to the practice court on Wednesday, Thybulle missed yet another practice. While Thybulle is considered a veteran and has a guaranteed spot in the rotation during the regular season, his absence during the preseason is still unfortunate for the Sixers as they wanted to use that time to allow the third-year guard to develop his offensive game.

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