Embiid Scores 29, Sixers Use Late Run To Beat Clippers, 112-98Embiid slipped while making a move on Tyrone Wallace, fell and pounded his right knee with his fist. Embiid walked slowly to the bench under his own power and returned.
Westbrook's 37 Lead Thunder Past 76ers For 8th Straight WinEmbiid had 27 points and 10 rebounds, and Ben Simmons added 22 points for the 76ers.
Embiid, 76ers Power Past Bucks 116-94 And Into 6th In EastBen Simmons added 16 points, and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot added 16 points in a rare start as the Sixers moved past Milwaukee for sixth place.
76ers' Embiid Injures Right Hand In Win Over SunsEmbiid had X-rays taken and his hand wrapped in ice after the game, and said he thinks he will be fine.
Dario Saric Scores 27 Points To Help 76ers Beat Suns 123-110Joel Embiid added 22 points and nine rebounds, and Ben Simmons had 21 points to help Philadelphia win for third time in four games.
Saric Scores 20 As 76ers Rally To Beat Nuggets 107-102Philadelphia played without star center Joel Embiid, who flew directly from Portland to Phoenix, where the team will join him for Sunday's game.
76ers Give At-Risk Kids A Once In A Lifetime ExperienceThe Sixers teamed up with an organization that works with at-risk youth, and some of the kids got a special treat!
Sixers Look To Snap 4-Game Skid Tonight In MinnesotaPhiladelphia has dropped four straight games, last time out on Sunday they lost on the road to New Orleans, 131-124.
James Has 58th Career Triple-Double; Cavs Rally Past 76ersRookie Ben Simmons' breakaway dunk gave Philadelphia a 96-91 lead, but the Cavaliers ended the game on a 14-2 run.
Sixers Trade Jahlil Okafor To Brooklyn NetsOkafor, the Sixers’ third-overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, has only played two games this season after falling out of the team’s rotation.
Embiid Waves Goodbye To Drummond, Pistons In 108-103 WinEmbiid and Drummond have been trading insults since the Sixers won in Detroit on Oct. 23.
Celtics Ride Irving's 36 Past Scrappy 76ers In 108-97 WinKyrie Irving scored 36 points and the Boston Celtics held off the weary and short-handed Philadelphia 76ers 108-97 on Thursday night to improve the NBA's best record to 19-4.