The Philadelphia 76ers will welcome back Seth Curry in their lineup, after missing a series of games due to COVID-19. The sharpshooter revealed he is still feeling fatigued, but he will find his rhythm soon enough.
Curry averages 17.0 points per shooting 59.5% from the three-point range this season. He is a huge part of Philadelphia’s success early in the season spacing the floor for Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.
“I’m feeling good,” said Curry, per Ky Carlin of Sixers Wire. “I’m just a little fatigued at times still, but I’m feeling good. I’m ready to get back out on the court and get my conditioning back, my rhythm back, and that’s pretty much it.”
Just trying to get some conditioning back, getting my body used to moving, and getting a lot of treatment with the trainers. Kind of like summer and offseason workouts trying to get back in shape.”
The Sixers relied heavily on younger guys during Curry’s absence with Tyrese Maxey’s and Isiah Joe’s minutes going up. Curry revealed he available to play against the Celtics on Friday’s rematch between the two teams.