76ers center Jahlil Okafor is listed as doubtful for Monday night’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Wells Fargo Center because of a sore right knee.
Richaun Holmes (right hamstring tightness) and Gerald Henderson (left-hip soreness) are listed as probable.
Okafor missed Saturday’s game with the injury. He did not complete all of Monday morning’s shootaround at the team practice facility. This came one day after the second-year veteran received treatment.
Okafor woke up Saturday morning with some pain, Sixers coach Brett Brown said, after he finished with 12 points, eight rebounds and one block in 19 minutes, 51 seconds in a 105-102 victory Friday night over the New York Knicks.
He has been dealing with knee soreness since having surgery on March 22, 2016 to repair the meniscus in the knee. The injury cost the NBA all-rookie selection the final 23 games of last season.
Meanwhile, Henderson missed the past two games because of his hip. He participated in part of Monday’s shootaround “more as an effort to deliver him tonight,” a Sixers spokesperson said. Holmes participated in the full shootaround. He had briefly left Saturday’s game, but said he felt 100 percent afterward.