Found February 23, 2013 on Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog:
Thaddeus Young says he expects to play Sunday evening against the New York Knicks. Sixers beat writer Tom Moore wrote that Young will "probably" give it a go. Young has been out since injuring his hamstring on February 13. He was having a solid season, averaging 14.9 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.6 steals and .9 blocks. If he was somehow dropped in your league -- he's 80 percent owned in Yahoo -- he's worth a pickup. Meanwhile, Andrew Bynum is playing five-on-five ball in practice. Bynum says he hopes to play before the end of the season. Time is slipping away -- for the Sixers and fantasy owners. #Sixers Thad Young hoping to play Sunday vs. — Tom Moore (@tmoorepburbs) February 23, 2013 #Knicks. 'Probably' will play Sun, T Young says. #Sixers — Tom Moore (@tmoorepburbs) February 23, 2013 #Sixers DiLeo: #Bynum 'practiced 5-on-5 at times (Friday). He was in and out (of scrimmage). There was contact.' #76ers — Tom Moore (@tmoorepburbs) February 23, 2013 #Sixers Collins on #Bynum: 'He said he's going to play this season. After next Sunday, we have 24 games (left).' — Tom Moore (@tmoorepburbs) February 23, 2013 Photo: Keith Allison.
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