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Sixers Fans Are Raising Cats to Celebrate the Team’s Success

My cat was on the news yesterday. OK, it wasn’t quite prime time. But at 6:25 a.m., little Detective John Munch made an appearance on […]

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Report: Ben Simmons Debut Could Still Be A Month Away

According to Chris Haynes of ESPN, 76ers rookie Ben Simmons could make his NBA debut after the All-Star break. The 76ers will have off from […]

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Wire-to-Wire Win Gives Sixers First Three-Game Winning Streak in Three Years

The Philadelphia 76ers picked up their 12th win of the season Friday night, this one a 102-93 victory over visiting Charlotte Hornets in front of […]

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Sixers vs Hornets: Slowing Down Kemba Walker Critical to Continue Winning Ways

The Sixers will look to continue their winning ways tonight when they take on the visiting Charlotte Hornets at the Wells Fargo Center. The Sixers […]

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T.J. McConnell’s Buzzer Beater Lifts Sixers over Knicks in Last Second Win

The Philadelphia 76ers continued their winning ways, defeating the New York Knicks 98-97 Wednesday night on a buzzer beater by T.J. McConnell. The Sixers were […]

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Want to Meet Charles Barkley? Go to the City Avenue Target

Cory Goldman was shopping at the City Avenue Target with his wife, Jen, and their 5-month-old son, Eli, when he saw someone he knew in […]

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76ers to Sign Chasson Randle to 10-Day Contract

The Philadelphia 76ers will sign former Stanford guard Chasson Randle to a 10-day contract, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The news […]

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Sixers Match Last Year’s Win Total With 105-95 Victory Over Nets

The Philadelphia 76ers overcame a sluggish start to defeat the Brooklyn Nets by a score of 105-95 Sunday afternoon at the Barclays Center. The Nets, who […]

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Celtics 110, Sixers 106: Violence at the Rim Foiled By Celtics Three Point Shooting

It took 924 days, but Philadelphia 76ers fans finally saw the violence at the rim that they were promised when former general manager Sam Hinkie […]

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76ers Waive Shooting Guard Hollis Thompson

The Philadelphia 76ers have decided to part ways with shooting guard Hollis Thompson, according to a league source. Thompson is in the final year of […]

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Joel Embiid’s 25 Points Lead Sixers to 93-91 Victory Over Wolves

Led by 25 points from rookie big man Joel Embiid the Sixers held on for a 93-91 victory over the visiting Minnesota Timberwolves for their 9th […]

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Sixers vs Wolves Preview: The Rematch of NBA Unicorns

Just about a year ago today, Kevin Durant described New York big man Kristaps Porzingis as a unicorn for his rare combination of skills. Since then, […]

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Goals for the Philadelphia 76ers in 2017

2016 was a productive year for the Philadelphia 76ers, even if it doesn’t necessarily feel that way when looking at the team’s 15-65 record during […]

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Joel Embiid’s Free Throws Lift Sixers to 124-122 Win

The Sixers closed off 2016 with a dramatic 124-122 victory over the Denver Nuggets, heading into the new year with a record of 8-24. The […]

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76ers Musings: Jahlil Okafor and Joel Embiid Lineups Aren’t Working

The Sixers are in the midst of their annual winter road trip, spoiling a pair of golden opportunities with close losses to Phoenix Suns (123-116) […]