Joel Embiid dominated, Tobias Harris broke out of his slump and the Philadelphia 76ers cruised to a 121-82 win over the Charlotte Hornets.
The heavily shorthanded Philadelphia 76ers fell to the Charlotte Hornets 107-101 despite a strong effort from Shake Milton.
The Sixers return home for their first matchup of the season tonight against the Hornets, in search of their 13th straight win at the Wells Fargo Center.
Coming off a frustrating loss to the Bucks, the Sixers (34-28) will try to get the show back on the road against a reeling Charlotte (28-36) team.
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The Philadelphia 76ers’ struggles against zone defense and their sloppy play resulted in them falling to the Charlotte Hornets 109-98.
Read about Tyrese Maxey’s recent struggles, Matisse Thybulle’s chances of making it into the starting lineup and more in the latest 76ers observations.
Observations from Friday night’s 100-87 win over the Charlotte Hornets.
Three of our 76ers writers chose their three most intriguing games in the 76ers’ upcoming 2019-20 schedule.
Ben Simmons recorded his ninth triple double, Joel Embiid went 4-of-6 from downtown in the Sixers’ (39-30) victory over the Hornets (30-41).
Dwight Howard scored 30, but he could not overcome Robert Covington and the Sixers by himself.