It was an ugly one in New Orleans as the Pelicans stomped the Philadelphia 76ers sans Joel Embiid 124-114 on Wednesday night.
The Sixers played their second game without Joel Embiid this season ... and went even worse than the first time.
Joel Embiid was scratched with an illness just a half hour before the Sixers tipped off against the Pelicans.
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Against all odds, the Sixers’ In-Season Tournament hopes aren’t totally dead… yet.
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Hard to believe former Sixer Jahlil Okafor is just 27 years old, and is now heading for China.
The young big man did say he would word it differently next time.
Joel Embiid notched his first triple-double of the season in the third period of the Sixers’ 138-94 victory over the visiting Los Angeles Lakers.
Joel Embiid posted a dominant triple-double and the Sixers were on fire from three as they crushed the visiting Lakers Monday.
The Sixers will be short a couple rotation members as they play host to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Sixers will look to piece together another win as LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the Los Angeles Lakers come to town on Monday night.
Philadelphia looked refreshed after a couple days off and beat one of the top teams in the West.
The Sixers went into OKC and knocked off a talented, young Thunder team for an impressive road win.
Earl Cureton was a part of the last Sixers team to win a title and has lived a life he could only dream of growing up on the East side of Detroit.
It’s Thanksgiving and us at Liberty Ballers wanted to share what we’re most thankful with the Sixers.
I hope your holiday weekend goes better than the Sixers’ first quarter tonight.
Coming off an overtime loss at home less than 24 hours ago, the Sixers — without Joel Embiid — stood little chance against the surging Timberwolves.