Here’s the Philadelphia Inquirer with an update on a key Sixer that remains unavailable:
Injured 76ers point guard Michael Carter-Williams said Monday night that he’s not sure exactly when he’ll return the court.
The rookie missed his third straight game because of soreness and a skin infection on the front of his right knee. Carter-Williams spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at University of Pennsylvania hospital because of the ailment.
Carter-Williams said he would play “when everyone says it will be OK for me to come back.”
The 22-year-old rookie is on antibiotics and is waiting for the soreness to go away before he takes the court. The Sixers hope he’ll make the two-game trip to Minnesota on Wednesday and Toronto on Friday.