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Tobias Harris injury: Third-year forward active for Magic's game against Suns

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Orlando's leading scorer a year ago will be in uniform Sunday against Phoenix.

Tobias Harris
Tobias Harris
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The Orlando Magic have activated combo forward Tobias Harris for Sunday's game against the Phoenix Suns. Harris, who has missed the Magic's first 12 games with a sprained left ankle sustained in the preseason, went through a pregame workout to determine if he could play. He passed that test and will be available against Phoenix.

Kyle O'Quinn, who has a sprained right ankle, also went through a pregame workout. He did not respond well to it and will not be available. Orlando deactivated the second-year center to make room for Harris on the active roster.

Harris averaged 17.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 2.3 combined steals and blocks for Orlando after arriving from the Milwaukee Bucks via a February trade.

Harris' return comes one night after Glen Davis made his season début. Once O'Quinn returns, Orlando will be at full health for the first time all season.

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