Dallas Mavericks star Kyrie Irving will play on Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. He is dealing with a foot injury, but the eight-time All-Star continues to play through it. His scoring has been down in the last three games, but Irving could be just seconds away from a monster game.
The Sixers have lost three straight games coming in, and their two superstars are both listed as questionable. Philadelphia is returning home after a four-game road trip, and they are looking to get back on track against a struggling Mavericks squad.
Will Kyrie play on Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center? Who plays for the Sixers? Here is a look at the latest.
Will Kyrie Irving play in Dallas Mavericks at Philadelphia 76ers on March 29?
Irving is not listed on the injury report. Expect him to play his normal workload on Wednesday night in Philly.
Dallas Mavericks' full injury report at Philadelphia 76ers on March 29
Maxi Kleber (hamstring) was questionable for Wednesday's game as he continues his recovery from hamstring surgery, but he will play. Kleber missed Monday's game in Indiana. Frank Ntilikina was ruled out with a knee injury.
Joel Embiid (calf) and James Harden (Achilles) were listed as questionable to face the Mavericks, but both will play on Wednesday night.
Kyrie Irving's injury history
Irving has missed 18 games this season, including five since joining the Mavericks. He has been bothered by a nagging foot injury, but the eight-time All-Star continues to suit up and play through it.
Will Kyrie Irving pair with Luka Doncic tonight?
Luka Doncic will play on Wednesday night, and the Mavericks will need both superstars to go off if they are going to win in Philadelphia. Dallas is just 4-8 when Doncic and Irving both play since the trade, but they are looking to find their footing. The Mavs won their last game, but can they do it in Philly? Tune in to find out.
Dallas Mavericks' remaining regular season schedule
The Mavs have a Saturday and Sunday back-to-back to finish up this road trip before returning home for the final three games next week. They need every victory, and here is a closer look at their upcoming schedule.
Saturday, April 1 at Miami Heat at 6:30 p.m. CT
Sunday, April 2 at Atlanta Hawks at 5:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday, April 5 vs. Sacramento Kings at 7:30 p.m. CT
Friday, April 7 vs. Chicago Bulls at 7:30 p.m. CT
Sunday, April 9 vs. San Antonio Spurs at 2:30 p.m. CT