Ayo Dosunmu and Andre Drummond will not attend the 76ers game.

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By Jaat | October 30, 2022

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Even though Dosunmu and Drummond both finished the game on Friday in San Antonio, there were some unintended consequences from the spirited defeat.

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The good news was that both players were only anticipated to miss a few days of action.

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Billy Donovan was aware that some of his players looked out of shape late in Friday's game against San Antonio.

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Dosunmu has been better with each game since taking over for Lonzo Ball, who had knee surgery, as the starting point guard, particularly from beyond the arc.

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The former Morgan Park standout came into the game with a 45.8% long-range shooting percentage while shooting confidently.

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Dosunmu explained his improvements from three by saying, "Just my hard effort." "I knew I had to work on that aspect of my game," the player said.

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During the Bulls' most efficient attacking stretches last season, Ball was frequently finding himself open in the corner.

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"He may pick it up via movies, he can pick it up from his own personal experience," you say to him.

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He must be aware of what is going on around him at times, which he learns via experience.

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Drummond had a serious shoulder injury against the Spurs, but he opted to play on.

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He was unable to participate on Saturday morning owing to an issue with his range of motion.

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