12:26 AM EDT, Thu April 02, 2015
Philadelphia 76ers Rumors & News
philly.com 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON - With few more struggling performances like this for the 76ers, some of their desired NBA draft prospects will definitely be there for the taking.
Washington Post 2 hours ago
Their postseason berth already clinched and their playoff seeding unlikely to change, the Washington Wizards close the regular season with a difficult dynamic: How to give key players a rest while also establishing momentum for the playoffs?Read full article >>
Washington Post 6 hours ago
The Washington Wizards (41-33) will take the Verizon Center floor Wednesday night assured of a playoff berth — thanks to a Charlotte Hornets loss Tuesday — for the first time this season. With that formality out of the way, their focus is set on concluding the regular season with the positive impetus...
Washington Post 11 hours ago
Seeking some semblance of momentum with the postseason looming, the Washington Wizards will receive a significant boost Wednesday night in the form of Kris Humphries. The backup big man went through shootaround at Verizon Center on Wednesday morning and is expected...
philly.com 46 mins ago
Sixers coach Brett Brown likes to instruct his players in matters beyond the court, and is glad they enjoyed White House visit.
philly.com Apr 1, 2015
Forward Nerlens Noel says Ish Smith is 'the first true point guard I've ever really played with.'
philly.com Mar 31, 2015
The Sixers used their off day in Washington, D.C. to visit the White House on Tuesday.
philly.com Mar 31, 2015
If you haven't noticed, Nerlens Noel and Ish Smith have developed into an exciting tandem for the 76ers. Their latest teamwork was on display in Monday's 113-111 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Lakers at Wells Fargo Center.
Los Angeles Times Mar 30, 2015
Someone in the crowd threw a little red, white and blue ball on the court as players lined up for the final seconds of regulation.
Nerlens Noel stars again for Sixers, but even in loss, team improves its positioning in the NBA draft lottery.
The Lakers defeated the Sixers 113-111 in overtime at the Wells FArgo Center on March 30, 2015.
For the first time since they became teammates, Joel Embiid and Nerlens Noel were in uniform together for a 76ers game. It was a neat little trick for Monday's Fan Appreciation Night. The Sixers' players and fans held a pregame jersey swap, and Embiid - sitting out this season so his surgically repaired right foot can be at full strength next season - wore warm-ups so he could participate.
Jordan Clarkson hit the game-winning layup with less than a second left in overtime, to give the Lakers a 113-111 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
The 76ers suffered another lottery-friendly loss to the Los Angeles Lakers Monday night. Jordan Clarkson's layup with .07 seconds left handed the Sixers a 113-111 overtime setback at the Wells Fargo Center. That enabled the Sixers to stay close to New York Knicks and Minnesota Timberwolves in the battle for the league's worst record. The team that finishes last at season's end has the greatest chance at the top pick in the draft lottery.
Jason Richardson is back on the shelf. The 76ers shooting guard missed the home game Monday against the Los Angeles Lakers with swelling and soreness in his left knee.
Plain Dealer Mar 30, 2015
The Cavs have won 16 straight at home.
Jerami Grants brother Jerian, almost made game-winning shot for Notre Dame against Kentucky
76ers Player News
Brett Brown says slimmer Embiid impresses him
Sixers' Richardson sits out with swollen knee
Nomadic Thomas Robinson hopes to settle in with Sixers
Sixers' Noel has gotten a big assist from Smith's presence
Sixers hope to grow Robinson III