The 76ers have lost three straight games as they get ready to host the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night.
The 76ers will be on the road on Wednesday night, looking to snap a three-game losing streak as they visit the New York Knicks.
The Sixers are back home on Friday night to host the Detroit Pistons.
After an absolutely improbable, season-opening victory over the two-time defending champion Miami Heat on Wednesday, the Sixers will try to start 2-0 as they visit the Washington Wizards.
Many times over the last 50 years, the Sixers and Celtics have met in a highly anticipated game with much on the line. This is not really one of those times.
Tonight the Sixers will be looking to do something they haven’t done since the last week of November: win back-to-back games.
After splitting a home-and-home series with the Boston Celtics, losing the second game in Boston Saturday night, the Sixers are back at the Center tonight to host the Detroit Pistons.
The Sixers are going for their fourth straight win, tonight in Cleveland.
Dorell Wright says Andrew Bynum is the best center in the NBA.
If the Sixers recent play is any indication, things could get ugly tonight at the Wells Fargo Center against the Indiana Pacers.
KYW’s Tim Jimenez speaks with Sixers beat writer Tom Moore about the end of the NBA lockout and what it means for the Sixers.