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Noel Finishes 3rd in ROY Voting

Philadelphia 76ers center Nerlens Noel finished third in the NBA’s rookie of the Year voting, the league announced Thursday. Minnesota’s Andrew Wiggins, last year’s No. 1 overall pick, earned the award with Chicago forward Nikola Mirotic taking second place. For ...

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MCW Has Big Game in Return to Philly, Bucks Top Sixers 107-97

MCW Has Big Game in Return to Philly, Bucks Top Sixers 107-97

The playoff-bound Milwaukee Bucks used a second-half push to get past the host 76ers Monday night, winning 107-97. In his first game in Philly since being traded this season, point guard Michael Carter-Williams netted a game-high 30 points (11-for-17 shooting) to ...

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Sixers Fall in Chicago

Derrick Rose continued to return to form at the hands of the Sixers Saturday night, as Philly fell 114-107 in Chicago. Nerlens Noel continues to be out with an injured ankle. For more on this game, click here.

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The Legend of AI and His Money Continues ….

The Legend of AI and His Money Continues ….

The wild stories from Allen Iverson’s off-the-court activities remain as rampant years after his retirement as they did during his hay day. Sports Illustrated has published a report on former 76er (and current LA Clipper) Matt Barnes on the traits ...

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Sixers Find Way to Lose to Knicks Again

Philadelphia crept a little closer to sneaking up in the lottery odds after losing in New York on Easter Sunday, falling 101-91. Nerlens Noel continued to play well and with the loss the Sixers now sit just two games out of moving past ...

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Sixers Late Bid for Win in Charlotte Comes Up Short

Point guard Ish Smith’s last-second layup didn’t roll in Saturday night and the Sixers endured anoter one-point loss, falling 92-91 in Charlotte. Local Philadelphia product Gerald Henderson netted the game-winning bucket with six seconds remaining. With the win, the Hornets ...

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Sixers Drop ‘Ping Pong Bowl’ to Lakers in OT

Monday was Fan Appreciation Night at The Center, and while a some fans were treated to everything from gift cards to a 50-inch plasma television, all in attendance witnessed a resiliently competitive effort by Philadelphia. The Sixers pushed the Lakers ...

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