Sixers forward Thaddeus Young leaves game with hamstring injury
Sixers forward Thaddeus Young was forced to leave Monday's game against the Orlando Magic with 5:46 remaining in the second quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. Young fell to the floor and immediately grabbed the back of his left leg in front of the Sixers bench. Young was able to hobble to the Sixers locker room.
The Sixers announced Young suffered a left hamstring strain and would not return to the game. Lavoy Allen started the second half in Young's absence.
Entering the game, Young had started all 46 games this season in the Sixers frontcourt, averaging 36.0 minutes and 15.1 points per game. His 7.4 rebounds per game and 1.6 steals per game led the team.