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  • Balanced Pistons rout 76ers, 107-89

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. The 76ers were feeling good about themselves after dismantling the New Orleans Pelicans Friday night. That feeling was erased by Saturday's game against the Detroit Pistons. The Pistons jumped out to an early double-digit lead and...
  • Sixers cruise to 96-81 win over short-handed Pelicans

    PHILADELPHIA Officially, Jrue Holiday and Anthony Davis were out for the New Orleans Pelicans Friday night with injuries. Unofficially, the whole Pelicans team seemed to take personal days. The offensively challenged 76ers made nine of their first 12...
  • Holiday wonders what might have been with 76ers

    Holiday wonders what might have been with 76ers
    PHILADELPHIA — A little less than two years ago, Jrue Holiday represented the 76ers at the 2013 NBA All-Star Game and was seemingly a cornerstone of the franchise. Four and a half months later, new Sixers general manager Sam Hinkie began his...
  • Noel has double-double in 76ers' 96-81 win over Pelicans

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The 76ers have a catchy anthem they play at every home game, a feel-good song with a lyric that implores fans to, "Stomp your feet, everybody." The fans may as well dedicate that tune to Nerlens Noel. Coach Brett Brown had...
  • Brett Brown aims to get Sixers shooting straight

    PHILADELPHIA¬†— Brett Brown knows it requires time to develop players into quality NBA shooters. Asked Thursday how long it takes, Brown replied, "I think anywhere from three to five years." "Everybody's different, but I think in general —...
  • Hinkie's reputation with fellow GMs could spell trouble for 76ers

    When the 76ers play the Nets on Friday night in Brooklyn, there won't be any on-court reunions with former teammates for the three players involved in a Dec. 11 trade between the teams. That's because none of them will be there. As with many of the...
  • Sixers fall to Raptors, 100-84

    TORONTO The 76ers faced one of the teams they would like to emulate on Wednesday night. The Toronto Raptors were the Atlanta Division cellar dwellers for five seasons. They were a team that folks poked fun at, and A-list free agents wouldn't even...
  • Lowry leads Raptors past 76ers, 100-84

    Lowry leads Raptors past 76ers, 100-84
    TORONTO — Kyle Lowry had 18 points and 12 assists, DeMar DeRozan returned from a groin injury to score eight of his 20 points in the fourth quarter and the Toronto Raptors never trailed in a 100-84 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday...
  • Red-hot Hawks storm past 76ers 105-87 for 9th straight win

    Red-hot Hawks storm past 76ers 105-87 for 9th straight win
    PHILADELPHIA — Dominique Wilkins slapped Al Horford on his back during a brief locker room chat and dished out a few kind words. Horford at last had a triple-double to add to his own highlight reel. "Congratulations on your first one, brother,"...
  • NBA veterans don't want to play for Sixers

    The 76ers are feeling good about themselves after winning two straight games and three of their last four as of Monday. But that hasn't changed how the team is viewed by veterans around the NBA. "No one wants to go there," said an Eastern Conference...
  • Sixers aren't doing Carter-Williams any favors

    Michael Carter-Williams is the 76er most affected by the team's second year of tanking, aka "Tank 2: This Time We Really Mean It." First of all, Carter-Williams doesn't have veterans Thaddeus Young, Spencer Hawes or Evan Turner to pass the ball to...