The Philadelphia 76ers released their roster for both the Salt Lake City Summer League and Las Vegas Summer League.
Here are three observations from the Philadelphia 76ers’ performance in the Salt Lake City Summer League.
🔘🔘🔘🔘🔘 A heckuva fight.#HereTheyCome x #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/EgwXwS7Xpq — Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) July 8, 2019 By Alex Starkman, Sports Talk Philly…
The Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 107-106 in their Summer League opener. You can read some observations from the game, from Shake Milton’s ability to run the offense to Marial Shayok’s scoring ability, and much more.
The worst-case scenario has risen for Smith, who will get surgery on the foot fracture later this week.
Behind Furkan Korkmaz’s 19 points and clutch performance, the Sixers defeat Milwaukee and advance to the quarterfinals.
The 30th ranked Sixers advance to the next round, eliminating the third-seeded Phoenix Suns.
There were few bright spots in this one.
Furkan Korkmaz wowed, but the Sixers dropped their Summer League opener to the Celtics.
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The Sixers survived an injury scare, and outlasted the Warriors to start off 1-0 in Vegas.
Markelle Fultz played well, but couldn’t overcome 50 points from former third-overall picks Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum
Markelle Fultz will make his Sixers’ debut this summer