Philadelphia Sixers guard Seth Curry is starting for the team in Game 3 on Saturday against the Washington Wizards.

"I expect him to play but I can't guarantee it,” head coach Doc Rivers said of Curry pregame.

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The guard was listed on the official injury report as probable to play Game 3 at MCI Center.

His injury, suffered in a Sixers Game 2 victory on Wednesday, was a sprained ankle and Rivers said that he was optimistic that he would be able to play, after sitting out the entire fourth quarter on Wednesday night.

Curry played 23 minutes and scored nine points to go with three assists making one three-pointer in Philadelphia’s Game 2 win on Wednesday.

He is averaging 12 points per game in these playoffs in 27.5 minutes per game.

For Washington, they have a one change in the starting lineup, with Russell Westbrook giving it a go tonight. Westbrook will start along side Bradley Beal, Rui Hachimura, Alex Len and Davis Bertans in favor of Raul Neto.

Listen to the game on 97.3 ESPN with Tom McGinnis calling all the Game 3 action.

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