Brett Brown admitted concern over Joel Embiid's foot injury.
Joel Embiid did not re-break the navicular bone in his right foot, according to GM Sam Hinkie.
The 76ers are hoping Joel Embiid will be ready to play in October 2016, according to Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Joel Embiid (foot) told head coach Brett Brown that he has grown two more inches.
General manager Sam Hinkie said Joel Embiid's recovery from foot surgery is expected to be 5-8 months, but he is fully expected to miss the 2015-16 season.
Joel Embiid reportedly delayed his bone graft procedure in order to go over all of his options in dealing with the stress fracture to the navicular bone in his right foot.
The surgeon who operated on Joel Embiid's fractured navicular bone reported after Tuesday's surgery that the "bone's integrity was even better than expected."
Joel Embiid reportedly underwent bone graft surgery to repair the navicular bone in his right foot on Tuesday, and he will likely miss the entire 2015-16 season.
Joel Embiid's foot was excluded from his contract's insurance policy because it was deemed a pre-existing injury.
Joel Embiid (foot) will undergo surgery on Tuesday which is expected to keep him sidelined for the entire 2015-16 season.
Joel Embiid (foot) has not had surgery yet on his right foot.
The Sixers are not giving any updates on Joel Embiid's foot injury.
Robert Covington said that Sixers teammate Joel Embiid (foot) is "doing well."
The 76ers have remained quiet over the status of Joel Embiid's foot.