Joel Embiid (foot) re-broke the navicular bone in his right foot, sources told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
According to 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie, Joel Embiid is expected to miss the entire 2015-16 season after he undergoes bone graft surgery on his right foot.
The 76ers announced Joel Embiid (foot) will have bone graft surgery in the next 7-10 days.
Joel Embiid will undergo a second surgery on his foot, and he will likely miss the entire 2015-16 season.
76ers general manager Sam Hinkie said that a decision still hasn't been made regarding Joel Embiid's foot.
Joel Embiid (foot) was at summer league mini-camp.
Both Joel Embiid (foot) and Nerlens Noel were left off the 76ers' Summer League roster.
The 76ers should have an answer on the status of Joel Embiid (foot) in a month.
76ers GM Sam Hinkie said on Friday that he's closing in on a decision on how to move forward with Joel Embiid (foot).
76ers CEO Scott O'Neil confirmed that Joel Embiid (foot) has been shut down from all workouts while he is evaluated by doctors.
Joel Embiid (foot) will see three more doctors to look at his foot and the team should have an answer about his future in "a couple weeks," according to 76ers CEO Scott O'Neil.
There is a "legitimate chance" Joel Embiid (foot) could miss the 2015-16 season entirely, a source told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Updating a previous report, it's reportedly too early to tell one way or the other if Joel Embiid will require a second surgery on his right foot.
Joel Embiid's right foot will reportedly not require a second surgery.