2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
28-54, 4th in Atlantic
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Michael B. Schwartz

Kyle Lowry to Sixers: Real or fake news?

At a certain point, the 76ers will need to use their cap space to make a playoff push. Could Philly native Kyle Lowry be the answer?

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3dOhm Youngmisuk

2017 NBA awards finalists announced

The NBA announced three nominees for each major award, including MVP, Rookie of the Year and more.

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Joel Embiid is a finalist for Rookie of the Year. He averaged 28.7 points, 11.1 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per 36 minutes this season in his 31 games played. He became the fourth player to average 25-10-3 per 36 minutes for a season (min. 5 games played).

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4dZach Lowe

Sources: 76ers try out Austin despite past

An arbitration ruling has allowed Brandon Austin and another unnamed player who has previously faced sexual assault allegations to work out for NBA teams, sources told ESPN.


Jeff Capel: Tatum thinks he's among the best

Duke coach Jeff Capel spoke with Rob Ellis and Harry Mayes about Jayson Tatum, Josh Jackson and Jonathan Isaac, three guards who could interest the Sixers in the NBA draft.

How dare Embiid say 76ers will take out Cavs? (1:40)
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Embiid: Cavaliers 'going down' to 76ers soon

Joel Embiid clearly trusts the process, saying the 76ers are almost ready to usurp the Cavaliers and LeBron James at the top of the Eastern Conference.

Celtics make draft history and Doris turns the table on Pop (0:46)
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6dChad Ford

Mock Draft 5.0: A Wildcat lands in Philly

It's a tough spot for the Sixers, who'd prefer either Markelle Fultz or Lonzo Ball. Now the choice is tougher -- which Kentucky star would better fit their needs?

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Will Markelle Fultz be wearing Celtic green? A trio of the nation's most prolific college guards rank in the top five of Chad Ford's current big board.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Lakers come up 2nd in the NBA Draft Lottery, which means they will keep their pick. The Lakers also keep their 2019 first-round pick, which otherwise would have gone to the Orlando Magic, but will have to send their 2018 pick to the Philadelphia 76ers no matter where it ends up.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The 3rd pick of the NBA Draft Lottery goes to the Philadelphia 76ers, who will draft in the top three for the fourth consecutive year.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sacramento Kings moved into the top three of the NBA Draft Lottery, but the Philadelphia 76ers were able to swap picks thanks to a 2015 trade between the two teams. That means the Kings will pick fifth and Philadelphia will be somewhere in the top three.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Joel Embiid nodding his head up and down after seeing the Knicks drop to eight and chance Sixers move up.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Joel Embiid, sitting next to Magic Johnson on the dais, gets Magic to laugh and show that world-famous smile by saying he feels good about the Sixers' chances of getting that Lakers pick.

Embiid has a message for Rihanna (1:12)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Joel Embiid brought his shoe game to the NBA Draft Lottery.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

A look inside the lottery drawing room, where the anxious Lakers and 76ers will learn their fate tonight.

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.425th
Rebounds Per Game42.823rd
Assists Per Game23.88th
Points Allowed108.124th

Team History