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The Philadelphia 76ers still have a ways to go before they get healthy. Although the team was close to getting back to being one-hundred percent, a few players suffered a few setbacks over the last few weeks causing the team to be shorthanded lately.

When the Sixers faced the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night, the team's lack of depth down the stretch hurt them as they allowed the Clippers to climb back from a 20-plus point deficit and snag a win.

The Sixers could surely use some help off the bench, but they won't get any reinforcements when they face the San Antonio Sports.

On Sunday night, not much will change for the Sixers. Similar to how it's been over the last few games, the Sixers will miss a handful of key players when they face the Spurs for the second time this year on the road.

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Justin Grasso covers the Philadelphia 76ers for Sports Illustrated. You can follow him for live updates on Twitter: @JGrasso_.