The questions about Joel Embiid's left knee aren't going away.
The Sixers' center is is listed as questionable with left knee soreness for Game 2 of the Sixers' first-round playoff series against the Nets on the NBA's official injury report. After being doubtful for Game 1, Embiid played through pain and posted 22 points on 5 for 15 shooting, 15 rebounds, five blocks and four assists. He admitted he was hampered by both the knee pain and by being "out of shape." Embiid's last game prior to Game 1 was on April 6 against the Bulls.
Jonah Bolden, who played five minutes Saturday, is probable for Game 2 with left knee soreness. Though Boban Marjanovic was effective in Game 1, scoring 13 points on 5 for 7 shooting in his 15 minutes, Bolden is a different, more agile backup center option for Brett Brown.