Philadelphia shooting guard Seth Curry did not practice on Friday, but the team is hopeful that he will be good for Saturday's Game 3 against the Washington Wizards.

Curry is listed is listed on the injury report as probable with his sprained right ankle.

Curry injured his ankle Wednesday in a Game 2 win and needed help getting to the locker room, playing 23 minutes, scoring nine points on 4-of-7 shooting.

If Curry can't go in the game, expect to see George Hill play along side Ben Simmons in the backcourt, with more of rookie Tyrese Maxey off-the-bench and Shake Milton.

Losing Curry's shooting could be a big blow to the floor spacing that he has help create this season, shooting 45% from three-point range this season, has helped open the lane more fro Joel Embiid who is having a MVP type season.

Meanwhile, for the Wizards guard Russell Westbrook is questionable for the game, after leaving with a sprained ankle of his own in Game 2 Wednesday night, when he stepped on Furkan Korkmaz's foot.

The veteran guard did not practice on Friday, but instead got treatment, with Coach Scott Brooks telling reporters: “We’ll see how (Westbook) feels tomorrow."

You can listen to Sixers vs. Wizards Saturday at 7 p.m. on 97.3 ESPN with the voice of the Sixers Tom McGinnis calling all the action.

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