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The Orlando Magic could get a much-needed boost to their frontcourt depth vs. the Philadelphia 76ers at Amway Center.

Rookie forward Paolo Banchero and big man Moe Wagner are available to make their returns Friday.

Banchero was sidelined for seven consecutive games because of the sprained left ankle he suffered after rolling the ankle on a drive to the basket during the fourth quarter of the home loss to the Houston Rockets on Nov.

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“I’ve just got to be patient,” Banchero said. “It’s my first time dealing with injuries. At first, I wanted to rush as quickly as possible trying to get back. I realized that wasn’t doing any good for me. I’m trying to learn to be patient and continue to be patient and listen to myself.”

Wagner will make his season debut if he plays Friday. He hasn’t played since spraining his right midfoot during the preseason win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Oct. 14.

Both Banchero and Wagner practiced Wednesday.

“I haven’t heard Moe Wagner’s trash talk in a while,” Jalen Suggs said. “That was amazing. It’s good to see him back.”

This story will be updated.

This article first appeared on OrlandoSentinel.com. Email Khobi Price at khprice@orlandosentinel.com or follow him on Twitter at @khobi_price.

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ASHFORD, Connecticut (WFSB) — An animal control officer reported that a child was bitten by a raccoon in Ashford.

“It was wrapping its arms around my leg,” she explained. “It really hurt.”

State police said they responded to the incident on Fitts Road to assist the officer.

Video of the incident was captured by a surveillance camera:

It happened around 7:55 a.m. on Friday.

“I was going out to get on the bus and a racoon was there and tried to attack me,” said 5-year-old Rylee MacNamara of Ashford. “It didn’t want to go off of my leg.”

Rylee MacNamara said she and her mother suffered some bite marks and scratches before her mother was able to yank the animal off her.

Panicking, Logan, Rylees mother, screams for help.

“It’s a rabid racoon, get some help!,” said Logan.

The raccoon ran off into the woods after she threw it off.

There’s no word yet on if the animal was rabid.

“I thought maybe she slammed her finger in the door. I definitely wasn’t expecting to see a racoon wrapped around her leg,” Logan said.

The two went to the hospital, received rabies shots, and were back home in a couple of hours.

“We just kind of panicked at first. I was more scared than anything,” said Logan.

Neighbor, Jessica Gessay, isn’t surprised this happened.

“These woods around here… I fear them. There’s things out here. Animals, wild animals things like that,” said Jessica.

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“It’s disturbing that it would be that close to our houses,” added Dave Frank, Ashford.

Animal control spent Friday morning in the woods to try and track down the animal. However, it was nowhere to be found.

The Macnamara’s might take it into their own hands by setting traps around the house.

Rylee and Logan will head back to the hospital every couple of days for the next two weeks to get more shots.

They Macnamara’s also say their kids won’t be allowed outside alone in the near future.

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