The Orlando Magic might have Tobias Harris and Kyle O`Quinn available for Sunday's game against the Phoenix Suns, coach Jacque Vaughn said in his pregame meeting with the media. Vaughn said that both players took the floor to warm up and that he would know more about their availability after they went through that workout.
Harris has yet to play in 2013/14 after spraining his left ankle in training camp. He led Orlando in scoring, with 17.3 points per game, in 27 appearances a season ago.
O'Quinn sprained his right ankle on November 13th and has not played since then. In nine appearances, the reserve big man has averaged 5.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks on 54.1 percent shooting.
On the Phoenix side, coach Jeff Hornacek said that point guard Eric Bledsoe is "doubtful" to play Sunday, though Bledsoe will indeed try to warm up. He has missed Phoenix's last three games with a bruised left shin.