Jonathon Simmons (oblique) available to make 76ers debut Sunday
Philadelphia 76ers small forward Jonathon Simmons (left oblique strain) is available to make his debut Sunday against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Simmons may siphon some minutes away from Furkan Korkmaz and T.J. McConnell, but he's unlikely to see a large role in Philadelphia after being acquired from the Orlando Magic on deadline day.
numberFire's models expect Simmons to play 14.8 minutes on Sunday and score 10.6 FanDuel points, at a cost of $3,600.
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- Malcolm Brogdon starting for Milwaukee in Game 5 Thursday May 23rd, 2019
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