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2010-11 76ers schedule

Today, the 76ers released their 2010-11 regular season schedule. As mentioned last week, the Sixers will open the season Oct. 27 against the Miami Heat at the Wells Fargo Center. Some other key games include: vs. the NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 17, vs. the Boston Celtics on Dec. 9 and March 11, and vs. the Orlando Magic on Feb. 9 and April 11. As has become tradition, the Sixers will also be on the road over the holidays, from Dec. 18 until Jan. 3.

2010-11 76ers schedule

Evan Turner will make his SIxers´ debut at home against LeBron James and the Miami Heat. (Akira Suwa / Staff Photographer )
Evan Turner will make his SIxers' debut at home against LeBron James and the Miami Heat. (Akira Suwa / Staff Photographer )

Today, the 76ers released their 2010-11 regular season schedule. As mentioned last week, the Sixers will open the season Oct. 27 against the Miami Heat at the Wells Fargo Center. Some other key games include: vs. the NBA Champion Los Angeles Lakers on Dec. 17, vs. the Boston Celtics on Dec. 9 and March 11, and vs. the Orlando Magic on Feb. 9 and April 11. As has become tradition, the Sixers will also be on the road over the holidays, from Dec. 18 until Jan. 3.

The full schedule, as released by Sixers.com, is below: 

Oct.Wed. 27     Miami                7:00        Jan.Thu. 20  AT Charlotte            7:00

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    Fri. 29     Atlanta              7:00            Sat. 22     Utah                 7:30

    Sat. 30  AT Indiana              8:00            Mon. 24     Phoenix              7:00

Nov.Tue.  2  AT Washington           7:00            Wed. 26  AT Toronto              7:00

    Wed.  3     Indiana              7:00            Fri. 28     Memphis              7:00

    Fri.  5     Cleveland            7:00            Sun. 30     Denver               6:00

    Sun.  7  AT New York            12:00        Feb.Wed.  2  AT New Jersey           7:00

    Wed. 10  AT Oklahoma City        7:00            Fri.  4     New York             7:00

    Fri. 12  AT Dallas               7:30            Sun.  6  AT New York            12:00

    Sat. 13  AT San Antonio          7:30            Tue.  8  AT Atlanta              7:00

    Tue. 16  AT Cleveland            7:00            Wed.  9     Orlando              7:00

    Wed. 17     Toronto              7:00            Fri. 11     San Antonio          7:00

    Fri. 19     Milwaukee            7:00            Sat. 12  AT Minnesota            7:00

    Tue. 23  AT Washington           7:00            Tue. 15  AT Memphis              7:00

    Wed. 24  AT Toronto              7:00            Wed. 16  AT Houston              7:30

    Fri. 26  AT Miami                7:30            Wed. 23     Washington           7:00

    Sat. 27     New Jersey           7:30            Fri. 25     Detroit              7:00

    Tue. 30     Portland             7:00            Sun. 27  AT Cleveland            5:00

Dec.Fri.  3  AT Atlanta              7:30        Mar.Tue.  1     Dallas               7:00

    Sat.  4     Charlotte            7:30            Fri.  4     Minnesota            7:00

    Tue.  7     Cleveland            7:00            Sun.  6     Golden State         6:00

    Thu.  9     Boston               8:00            Tue.  8  AT Indiana              7:00

    Sun. 12     New Orleans         12:00            Wed.  9     Oklahoma City        7:00

    Tue. 14  AT New Jersey           7:00            Fri. 11     Boston               7:00

    Wed. 15     L.A. Clippers        7:00            Sat. 12  AT Milwaukee            7:00

    Fri. 17     L.A. Lakers          7:00            Mon. 14  AT Utah                 7:00

    Sat. 18  AT Orlando              7:00            Wed. 16  AT L.A. Clippers        7:30

    Tue. 21  AT Chicago              7:00            Fri. 18  AT Sacramento           7:00

    Wed. 22  AT Boston               7:30            Sat. 19  AT Portland             7:00

    Sun. 26  AT Denver               6:00            Wed. 23     Atlanta              7:00

    Mon. 27  AT Golden State         7:30            Fri. 25  AT Miami                7:30

    Wed. 29  AT Phoenix              7:00            Sun. 27     Sacramento          12:00

    Fri. 31  AT L.A. Lakers          7:30            Mon. 28  AT Chicago              7:00

Jan.Mon.  3  AT New Orleans          7:00            Wed. 30     Houston              7:00

    Wed.  5     Washington           7:00        Apr.Fri.  1     New Jersey           7:00

    Fri.  7     Chicago              7:00            Sat.  2  AT Milwaukee            7:30

    Sat.  8  AT Detroit              7:30            Tue.  5  AT Boston               7:30

    Tue. 11     Indiana              7:00            Wed.  6     New York             7:00

    Fri. 14     Milwaukee            7:00            Fri.  8     Toronto              7:00

    Mon. 17     Charlotte            2:00            Mon. 11     Orlando              7:00

    Wed. 19  AT Orlando              7:00            Wed. 13     Detroit              8:00

 

About this blog

Keith Pompey has been an Inquirer reporter since September 2004 and took over the Sixers beat in the summer of 2013 after covering Temple basketball and football for the previous three years.

Marc Narducci has served in a variety of roles with the Inquirer since beginning in 1983. He has covered the 76ers as a backup and a beat writer. In addition, Narducci has covered everything from the Super Bowl to the World Series and a lot in between.

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