Here's the link via Sixers.com.
Oct. 10 @Boston (Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence, RI)
Oct. 11 New York
Oct. 13 New Jersey (Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ)
Oct. 17 Washington
Oct. 19 Boston (Mullins Center, Amherst, MA)
Oct. 20 @New Jersey
Oct. 24 @Cleveland (Value City Arena, Columbus, OH)
The likelihood that any of these games are played is slim. If there is no significant progress in labor talks by Labor Day (what a coincidence) it's a near-guarantee these games won't be played, and starting the regular season on time will be – if not already – in serious jeopardy.
I'm a little more optimistic about a deal getting done after listening to David Stern on the B.S. Report, but I'm still not holding my breath.
I'd be lying if I said I didn't crack a smile when Sixers PR director tweeted about the Sixers officially releasing their pre-season schedule. It almost felt like my arm was being wiped down with rubbing alcohol before I received my lethal injection.