Thaddeus Young isn’t with the 76ers, and the team is uncertain when he will be back.

Young, who missed his second consecutive game, was unavailable Friday night against visiting Milwaukee. He also was an absentee Wednesday night versus Toronto. The seventh-year forward is away from the team for personal reasons.

“He’s not available,” Sixers coach Brett Brown said. “We’re going to allow him his space and let him handle the situation as he feels it best suits him and his family. When he decides it appropriate, here we are.”

Young, the Sixers’ starter at power forward, is averaging 14.3 points and 6.5 rebounds in 12 games.

A model of consistency, the 25-year-old had missed only nine of the Sixers’ last 160 regular-season games dating to the 2011-12 season, prior to this two-game absence.