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.
J.J. Redick Scores 29 As 76ers Hand Magic 8th Straight LossThe 76ers host Cleveland on Monday in the fifth game of six straight at home.
76ers Honor 6-Year-Old Cancer Survive Before Golden State MatchupHanging court side at the 76ers game, was a special guest of forward Robert Covington.
Curry Scores 35, Warriors Rally To Beat 76ers 124-116Joel Embiid scored 21 points and Ben Simmons had 23 points and 12 assists for Philadelphia, which led 47-28 after one quarter and 74-52 at the half.
Durant Returns, Leads Warriors Past 76ers 135-114Kevin Durant returned from missing one game with a leg injury to finish with 29 points, leading the Golden State Warriors past the Philadelphia 76ers 135-114.
Redick's 3s, Simmons' Triple-Double Lead 76ers Over PacersJ.J. Redick scored 31 points and hit three decisive 3-pointers late, Ben Simmons had a triple-double and the Philadelphia 76ers moved above .500.
No. 1 Draft Pick Markelle Fultz Out Indefinitely For 76ersFultz's shoulder has bothered him all season and the Sixers said last week he would only miss three games.
NBA Fines Kyrie Irving $25,000 For Improper Comments To Fan In PhillyKiki VanDeWeghe, the NBA's executive vice president of basketball operations, announced the fine Sunday.