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The Sixers employ more full-time ticket sales staff members (100+) than any of the four major sports teams

 

Atop the Sixers' business offices is a rooftop deck, overlooking the Philadelphia city skyline

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The Sixers Innovation Lab crafted by Kimball is currently home to four diverse companies, spanning the esports, daily fantasy sports, pet care and digital cause media industries

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Andre Roberson is available tonight against the 76ers, although with a minute restriction. He's missed the last two games with an ankle sprain.

Jim Witalka ESPN Producer 

Exemplifying Philly toughness, Sixers coach Brett Brown doesn't let snow stop him from his routine pregame run

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The Sixers' Julius Erving Conference Room proudly displays this hand-written letter from President Ford to Dr. J

 

The Julius Erving Conference Room includes a piece of the wood floor from the Spectrum. The walls are painted to match the exact shade of Sixers blue.

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ESPN's Philadelphia All-Access continues at the Sixers' business offices where the room number to each office includes a list of every player in franchise history who has worn that number

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis is day to day with sore left knee and is questionable for tomorrow vs OKC.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBPA held one of its weekend-long health-screening programs at its Manhattan headquarters today, seeing about 15 retired players from the New York/Pennsylvania area. In a 1-hour, 15-minute session, players receive an echocardiogram, vascular scan, EKG exam, blood pressure test, blood analysis, orthopedic consultation and cardiologist consultation -- and they leave with a USB thumb drive that contains all their results. The program is now its second year and has screened more than 200 retired players.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joel Embiid knocks down a shot from behind the backboard after the Sixers' workout this morning:

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Behind the scenes look at ESPN's Stephen A. Smith interviewing Joel Embiid:

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a look at Joel Embiid shooting around shoeless after the Sixers' morning practice:

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a look at JJ Redick and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot shooting after the Sixers' morning practice:

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Stephen A. Smith takes issue with Joel Embiid's nickname, "The Process." Embiid responds: "I think it's time for you to trust the process."