The Sixers have their sights set on one of the top four playoff seeds in the Eastern Conference. A win over the Grizzlies was the latest step.
The Sixers starters were subbed out with 3:45 left in the third quarter and didn't have to return to the game.
Wednesday's 119-105 win over Memphis gave the Sixers a 20-7 record against teams with sub-.500 records this season.
With eight games left, the Flyers cannot afford many missteps as they try to secure a Stanley Cup playoff berth. Next up: Thursday's game against the visiting New York Rangers, who will be playing without any pressure because they are virtually out of the playoff race.
Brett Brown says that when Joel Embiid is available for every practice and shoot-around, "watch out" because he'll be even better than he is now.
Memphis has a center in Marc Gasol who is capable of being a serious challenge to Joel Embiid, but on this night it never happened.
Brett Brown still plans on resting Embiid in one of the final 12 games of the season.
Jose Flores has won over 4,600 races in his distinguished career.
Julie Ertz will miss the U.S. women's soccer team's two-game series against Mexico in April due to a knee injury she suffered while playing for the national team at the SheBelieves Cup a few weeks ago.
Veteran goalie Michal Neuvirth hopes to return to action soon for the Flyers. With Petr Mrazek struggling, the Flyers could use the veteran goalie.
Despite less-than-energetic first periods, the Flyers have done an admirable job collecting points this season and climbing into a playoff spot. That said, there have been too many slow starts.
The Sixers' talented rookie guard would disrupt the current rhythm and do himself and the franchise little good by playing in the last 13 games.
Catch up on what the Eagles did last week and what's still left for them to do over the rest of the offseason.
Inclement weather has moved the PIAA boys' and girls' basketball championship games to next week. The contests are now set for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.