Joel Embiid recorded his sixth career triple-double while leading the 76ers to a 138-94 win over the Lakers. They now sit at 12-5 on the season.
Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris powered the 76ers to a 126-116 win over the Hawks. The victory moved them to 2-1 in In-Season Tournament Group Play.
It wasn’t pretty, but the 76ers opened up Group Play of the In-Season Tournament with a 114-106 win over the Pistons.
In the James Harden trade, Sixers’ president of basketball operations Daryl Morey threaded the needle between competing and creating future flexibility.
The saga between Harden and the 76ers is over. The team is trading him to the Clippers for a package of players and picks. Where does that leave the 76ers?
With the 76ers’ season beginning tomorrow night, here are four things to watch early in the season.
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Robert Covington has struggled, but he is still a bargain for the Sixers
During the fourth quarter of the Sixers’ loss to Cleveland, Robert Covington exited with a back injury after ending up in the stands fighting for the ball.
The Sixers were able to pull away from the Pistons late in the fourth quarter on Friday night, earning a 108-103 victory at the Wells Fargo Center.
Another core player is locked up for the Sixers
After one game it is clear that this team is different from the previous ones that have pulled on a Sixers jersey.
With a new starting lineup, the Sixers can create a lot of excitement in 2017-18.
A process soldier may be sticking around