The injury bug is running wild through the Sixers locker room right now with no sign of stopping.
A day after finding out that Thaddeus Young will miss up to three weeks with a hamstring strain, the Sixers will now be without Jason Richardson for the rest of the season according to a report from Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports.
Richardson, who was in New York on Wednesday seeing a knee specialist, will reportedly have surgery next week. The time table for his recovery is believed to be six-to-nine months.
Add Andrew Bynum to the list of wounded Sixers and this team is now without three key players they counted on to contribute this season.
Richardson will miss rest of Sixers season due to left knee injury
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