Former Sixers Bobby Jones, Chris Webber are Hall of Fame finalists

The two are among 13 finalists selected Friday for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The 2019 Hall of Fame inductees will be announced in April at the NCAA Final Four in Minneapolis.

Former Sixers Bobby Jones, Chris Webber are Hall of Fame finalists

The two are among 13 finalists selected Friday for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The 2019 Hall of Fame inductees will be announced in April at the NCAA Final Four in Minneapolis.

Sixers’ Ben Simmons looking at Rising Stars Challenge as another platform to compete, win

The second-year Sixer will play this weekend in both that and the NBA All-Star Game.

Sixers’ Ben Simmons looking at Rising Stars Challenge as another platform to compete, win

The second-year Sixer will play this weekend in both that and the NBA All-Star Game.

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LeBron James? Tom Brady? Sidney Crosby? No. The most powerful force in sports is Cap Space | Mike Sielski

Cap Space is never more important than it is right now. Cap Space attracts great players and changes teams’ fortunes. Cap Space gets it done.
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LeBron James? Tom Brady? Sidney Crosby? No. The most powerful force in sports is Cap Space | Mike Sielski

Cap Space is never more important than it is right now. Cap Space attracts great players and changes teams’ fortunes. Cap Space gets it done.
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The end of Markelle Fultz with the 76ers is also the real end of Bryan Colangelo | Bob Ford

Bryan Colangelo will be ridiculed in Philadelphia for how he left, but he will be remembered for trading up to draft Markelle Fultz.

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Sixers’ shortcomings on defense are a significant worry for the looming stretch run | David Murphy

With J.J. Redick, T.J. McConnell, and Furkan Korkmaz, he has a trio of backcourt options that all have significant limitations on defense.

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Joel Embiid says he always plays hard. The Sixers need him to start playing smart. | Mike Sielski

Embiid leaped into the stands to save a loose ball against the Knicks. It was the wrong time and opponent to take such a risk.

After All-Star break, Brett Brown and the Sixers will go back to basics

Brett Brown said there won’t be any unexpected shifts in schemes or big changes to the way the Sixers play when they return next week.

Sixers stop Knicks’ second-half surge and win, 126-111

The Sixers improved to 37-21 on the season behind a combined 51 points from Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris.

Sixers’ Joel Embiid fined $25,000 for criticism of officials

The All-Star center's criticism of the officials will cost him, but league’s Last Two Minute Report from Tuesday's loss showed that Embiid was right to be upset.

A scoresheet from Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game will be auctioned. But which scoresheet is it?

A California auction house has received memorabilia from the historic 1962 game, but there are questions about if it's the official scoresheet.

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Joel Embiid can’t get Al Horford and the Celtics off his mind | Marcus Hayes

You’d never take Horford, 32, over Embiid, 24, if were starting an NBA team today. But if you were playing a playoff series tomorrow, you’d have to think about it.

Sixers-Celtics observations: Boston’s defensive tactic on Joel Embiid, Philly’s foul shooting

Boston’s defenders kept laying off the All-Star center, knowing he rarely rolls to the basket.

Brett Brown will experiment with Sixers lineup ‘as long as it takes’

“I want to learn as much as I can about the group that we have and all these things,” the coach says.

Sixers still can’t shake Celtics, lose despite new starting lineup

No matter who is on the Sixers' roster, they can't beat the Boston Celtics.

TNT’s Baron Davis mocks T.J. McConnell, fired ESPN studio host breaks silence

Kevin McHale wasn’t the only member of TNT’s broadcast team to say something notable during the Sixers' loss to the Celtics last night

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