The Sixers finished up the regular season the same way they started it, with a win over the defending champion Miami Heat. Neverthless, the Sixers finished the regular season 19-63, the second worst team in the NBA behind only the Milwaukee Bucks.
The 2013-14 Philadelphia 76ers did not set the record for the fewest wins in an NBA season, as many predicted they would. They also managed to avoid losing their 27th straight game, so instead of holding that record exclusively, they share it with the 2010-11 Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Philadelphia 76ers are on the cusp of winning the NBA’s version of The Biggest Loser.
Mike Conley scored 19 points and Zach Randolph had 14 to lead the Memphis Grizzlies to a 103-77 win Saturday night, sending the 76ers to a franchise-tying 20th straight loss.
As if Brett Brown’s job isn’t difficult enough already, he took some time to call season ticket holders and ask them to renew for the 2014-15 season.
Tobias Harris scored a career-high 31 points and the Orlando Magic beat the 76ers for the second time in less than a week, winning 92-81 Sunday night to extend Philadelphia’s losing streak to 14 games.
First-year head coach Brett Brown breaks down his young team as the season approaches the halfway point.
Thaddeus Young is playing the best basketball of his career, at a time that it might be the toughest for him to do so.
Evan Turner scored 23 points and Thaddeus Young added 17, helping the Philadelphia 76ers beat the slumping Denver Nuggets 114-102 on Wednesday night.
If 203 victories, 2 Cy Young Awards and over 2,000 strike-outs aren’t enough for entrance into the Hall of Fame, I’m not sure what is.
Denver won the rebounding battle 52-38 as the Sixers fell to the Nuggets 103-92 Saturday night.
He joined 6 other NFL quarterbacks who have thrown 7 touchdown passes in a game, becoming the second Eagle to do it.
Much has been made of Sixers general manager Sam Hinkie’s plan for the rebuilding team, and the process that he’ll use to build that team. So far, that plan appears to (not surprisingly) be about youth and size.
Each Philadelphia major sports team has a new head coach, and fans are starting to develop opinions on each of them.
Sixers coach Brett Brown says Michael Carter-Williams’ laid back demeanor was initially frustrating in practice.