With their season on the line, Joel Embiid and James Harden failed to show up. The Philadelphia 76ers’ season ends in yet another second-round exit.
With an opportunity to close out the series, the Philadelphia 76ers fell short, losing to the Boston Celtics 95-86 in Game 6.
Walking through the key components of the Sixers’ massive Game 5 win over the Celtics. The Sixers can potentially close out the series in Game 6.
The Philadelphia 76ers received strong performances from throughout the starting lineup on their way to a 115-103 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 5.
James Harden saved the Philadelphia 76ers from an epic collapse against the Boston Celtics in Game 4. He scored 42 points and the Sixers evened the series at two.
Joel Embiid’s 30 points were not enough to overcome brutal performances from both James Harden and Tyrese Maxey in the Philadelphia 76ers’ Game 3 loss.
Despite Joel Embiid returning to the lineup, the Philadelphia 76ers were blown out by the Boston Celtics in Game 2. The series is evened up at 1-1.
James Harden’s 45-point performance in Game 1 sent a message to the Boston Celtics and everyone else around the league of what he is still capable of.
The Philadelphia 76ers, behind a scintillating 45-point showing from James Harden, defeated the Boston Celtics 119-115 in Game 1.
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Joel Embiid put together an MVP-caliber performance, scoring 52 points to carry the Philadelphia 76ers to a 103-101 victory over the Boston Celtics.
Jayson Tatum’s 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds was enough to push the Boston Celtics to a 110-107 win over the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Philadelphia 76ers dropped their season opener to the Boston Celtics despite a strong performance from James Harden.
The Utah Summer League kicks off Monday night between two of the NBA’s most historic rivalries.
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The Sixers look to avoid a season sweep at the hands of the Celtics tonight in Boston.
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The Philadelphia 76ers look to open their season with a win against the Celtics on Tuesday night in Boston.
Tyrese Maxey has vastly improved his game from his rookie season to this season, which should result in him receiving the Most Improved Player award.
The Philadelphia 76ers fell to the Boston Celtics 102-94 in Game 3, falling behind 3-0 in the first-round series.
A lot of things have to change for the 76ers to have a chance at bouncing back against Boston. Does the team have the grit and character to be able to do so?
Gordon Hayward will miss the remainder of the 76ers-Celtics first-round series with a right ankle sprain.
Game 1 showed why the 76ers need to insert Matisse Thybulle into the starting lineup.
The Philadelphia 76ers dropped Game One to the Boston Celtics, 109-101, behind Jayson Tatum’s 32 points.
The Philadelphia 76ers will be taking on their division rival, the Boston Celtics, in the first round of the NBA playoffs.