But the Sixers absolutely schooled Toronto, both on the court and on the sidelines. Philly took a 1-0 lead in the series by taking what Toronto likes to do and manipulating it to get what they wanted.
The Sixers hosted the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of their first round playoff series on Saturday night. Toronto hoped to steal homecourt advantage with a victory in Game...
Toronto is a demon of which the Sixers have craved exorcism for nearly 3 years. They'll have a chance at revenge starting Saturday night in South Philly.
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The Boston Celtics (51-31) destroyed the short-handed Memphis Grizzlies (56-26) 139-110. With the second seed locked up, the Grizzlies rested their main cast in their regular season finale. Ja...
You never have any idea what you're about to see when Paul Reed gets the ball. But, you're going to find yourself shaking your head because it's either hilariously bad or refreshingly impressive.
The Sixers got monster double-doubles from Joel Embiid and James Harden to capture their 50th victory of the season, 133-117.
The Sixers, minus Matisse Thybulle, had no answers for Pascal Siakam and Gary Trent Jr., who combined for 67 points to send Philadelphia to defeat, 119-114.
The Sixers set a new franchise record for threes made in a game, hitting 23 triples en route to a 131-122 victory over the Pacers.
Joel Embiid delivered 44 points and 17 rebounds to power the Sixers to victory, 112-108.