Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo recently stated that Okafor (knee) is "highly unlikely" to play in the summer league, NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper reports. "He's down at Duke [University] right now rehabilitating," Colangelo said. "If he was given the green light [for summer league], it might be a really good way for him to get himself ready if he's cleared to play for the [United States] Select Team in the mini-camp coming up this summer. As of [now], he's made great headway and he's back out on the court and he's getting shots up and he's doing some one-on-one things. I don't think [summer league] is going to happen, but if the doctors would give him clearance there's no reason he shouldn't be out there."
Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo said that while no decision has been made on Embiid's availability for summer league, it appears unlikely the center will be cleared to play, NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper reports. "There's no timeline [for Embiid to play in summer league]. But until I hear a doctor tell me 'No summer league,' I will always say anything's open. But the likelihood of him playing summer league is nil."