The Sixers simply had nothing left to spare in the tank in the decisive quarter of a 107-101 loss.
The Sixers (8-8) hosted the Brooklyn Nets (8-9) on Tuesday. Philadelphia wanted to right its wrongs from Saturday's loss to the Timberwolves. Brooklyn wanted to extend its winning streak...
Georges Niang wants to be a weapon for the Sixers more than anything. But, he's cognizant of the difference between doing his job and ripping off ill-advised shots.
The thinned Sixers nearly pulled off a 20-point comeback win, but ultimately succumbed, 112-109.
Joel Embiid went for 32 points, 11 rebounds, and eight assists to power the Sixers past the Bucks, 110-102.
First, he and I reflect on Joel Embiid's career night against the Jazz after four days of letting it marinate.
Joel Embiid put forth the game of his life, going for 59 points with 11 rebounds, 8 assists, and 7 blocks to hold the Sixers together long enough for a 105-98 victory.
It wouldn't be a Sixers game without them sprinkling in some seasoning to draw a flavor similar to the taste of their Game 5 loss to the Hawks in the second round of the 2021 playoffs.
This matchup will shift back to Philadelphia on Saturday when the Sixers (5-7) host the Hawks (8-4). Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 PM, Eastern time. You can catch the action on NBC Sports Philadelphia.
Harris has cashed in on nearly 46 percent of his 59 catch-and-shoot three-point looks.
Joel Embiid dropped 33 points with 10 rebounds and five assists in his return from the flu to keep the Sixers in front of the Suns, 100-88.
While much of that may be explainable by Joel Embiid missing a handful of games with a sore knee and the flu, there's much we can learn from the five-man units Doc Rivers has deployed thus far. Here are three good lineups and three bad ones the Sixers have used.