Philadelphia 76ers have downgraded starting forward Tobias Harris due to a left hip impingement, making him questionable for Monday night's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Harris has been in and out of the lineup recently, missing games due to illness and returning to play. With the team already struggling amid Joel Embiid's absence and various illnesses and injuries, they face a tough game as the surging Cavaliers have won their last nine games. Harris's availability will likely be a game-time decision.By the Numbers
- Harris has played an average of 34 minutes over the last four games.
- He has shot 46% from the field and 38% from three-point range.
- The Sixers have lost all but two of their first six games in February.
- The Cavaliers have won their last nine games, presenting a tough challenge for the struggling Sixers.
Harris's availability will be a game-time decision for the matchup against the Cavaliers.Bottom Line
With the 76ers facing significant challenges, including injuries and illness, Harris's availability is uncertain for the crucial game against the Cavaliers.
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