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New Sixers Mural Unveiled at Broad and Federal

Mural Arts Philadelphia unveiled its latest piece at the corner of Broad and Federal streets – a 37-foot tall collage dedicated to the 76ers and […]

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Why Sixers Owner Joshua Harris Met With President Trump

Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris was one of several business leaders who met with President Donald Trump yesterday to discuss the president’s infrastructure plans. 

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WATCH: Iverson Talks His Most Memorable NBA Moment

Better A.I. moment: Lue stepover or MJ crossover? The Answer says… A post shared by espn (@espn) on Mar 6, 2017 at 5:30pm PST Allen […]

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WATCH: Jahlil Okafor’s Excellent Defensive Effort

Your browser does not support iframes. There’s an art to playing defense in basketball, but there’s also an art to playing no defense. Last night, […]

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Bad News for Sixers on Injury Front

Star Sixers center Joel Embiid is out indefinitely, the team announced today. Embiid, who suffered a knee injury in January and has a torn meniscus […]

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The Sixers’ Ben Simmons Won’t Play This Season

Another big man will miss the entire season for the Sixers. Ben Simmons, the overall number-one pick last summer who broke his foot in the […]

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Sixers Trade Nerlens Noel to Mavericks

Nerlens Noel, the first player drafted in the Sixers’ rebuild nearly four years ago, is leaving Philadelphia. According to a report from NBA trade-master Adrian […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: T.J. McConnell’s Stirring Sixers Speech

It would be hard to say which is more chaotic at the moment: the Trump administration or the Sixers’ front office. Between Joel Embiid’s striptease, […]

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Sixers Rise in Rankings of the Most Valuable NBA Teams

So just how much are the Sixers worth? Forbes’ yearly ranking of NBA teams puts the Philadelphia 76ers near the bottom—they’re ranked 25th out of […]

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Sixers Post Is Coming to an End

Over the last two years here at Philadelphia magazine I’ve had the freelance opportunity of a liftetime, given the leeway and the freedom to craft […]

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Meet Sachin Gupta, The Driving Force Behind Many of Sam Hinkie’s Trades

The Philadelphia 76ers — winners of 11 of their last 16 games, sitting just 4.5 games of the playoffs, and, most importantly, led by the […]

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Joel Embiid Is Not An All-Star, And That’s Okay

Last night the NBA announced the 7 reserves for the Eastern Conference All-Star team. Joel Embiid was not one of them. Fellow Eastern Conference coaches […]

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Joel Embiid Is Single-Handedly Changing the Sixers’ Outlook

“I’ve said many times you don’t want it to be a coach driven formula. Ultimately it needs to be player coached team, a player driven […]

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Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons, and Their Wildly Separate Paths to the Sixers

Ben Simmons wears the face of a kid getting dragged to Sunday school when he’d rather settle in for a Call of Duty marathon with […]

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Sixers Defense Leads The Way to 93-92 Win Over Blazers

Perhaps the most jarring aspect of the Sixers recent winning ways — which was extended to an 8-2 stretch of play after last night’s 93-92 victory […]