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Sixers Fall in Boston, 108-89

The Philadelphia 76ers tok it on the chin Moinday night in Boston, falling to former Sixer Evan Turner 108-89. Nerlens Noel again led the squad in points and rebounds with 18 and seven, respectively. For more on this game, click ...

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Sixers Clear Embiid for Increased Workouts

By Max Rappaport, Sixers.com When Brett Brown announced that prized center Joel Embiid was flying to Los Angeles for a check up with his doctor and that soreness had forced him back into the protective boot he wore for several ...

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Sixers Fall to Bulls, 104-95, in OT

By Doug Ammon, Sixers.com Forty-eight minutes weren’t enough to decide tonight’s game between the Sixers and Bulls, but Chicago outscored the Philadelphia 12-3 in extra time to come away with a 104-95 win, their first in their four games. Chicago ...

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Sans Korver et al, Sixers Topple Atlanta Hawks, 92-84

The Philadelphia 76ers earned their 14th win of the 2014-14 season Saturday night against visiting Atlanta, edging the East’s top-seeded Hawks, 92-84. Atlanta was without former Sixer Kyle Korver as well as Paul Millsap, both of whom reportedly did not ...

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Sixers Play Same-Old Song & Dance in Loss to Jazz

Sixers Play Same-Old Song & Dance in Loss to Jazz

By Doug Ammon, Sixers.com In the two games heading into Friday’s contest, the Sixers surrendered 237 total points. Against the Jazz, head coach Brett Brown hoped his team would turn around their play on the defensive end. His team held ...

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San Fran Man Claims to be Wilt Chamberlain’s Son

San Fran Man Claims to be Wilt Chamberlain’s Son

A to-be published article in Sports Illustrated tells the story of a man currently living in California who claims to be the biological son of former 76er Wilt Chamberlain. Author Gary Pomerantz’ piece on Aaron Levi will reportedly be published in the ...

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Canaan Drops Bombs in Sixers Loss to OKC

By Max Rappaport, Sixers.com Facing a 33-27 Thunder team that is scratching and clawing to retain control of its tenuous hold on a playoff seed, the 13-47 Sixers, whose postseason hopes have long since evaporated, weren’t expected to put up ...

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