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Josh Grieb is a writer and credentialed reporter currently covering the 76ers. He’s been a contributor at Liberty Ballers since 2021. He graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, where he worked at the student outlet The Temple News

Sixers’ win streak comes to an end vs. Pacers, losing their first game in group play

The Sixers really missed Kelly Oubre, Jr. and Nicolas Batum on Tuesday as they fell to the high-flying Pacers 132-126.

Sixers take on the Pacers, In-Season Tournament edition

The Sixers and Pacers run it back in the same building, but a different court, from Sunday night.

Kelly Oubre, Jr. on Sixers’ minds as they play on without him

Kelly Oubre, Jr. wasn’t in the building Sunday, but his presence was felt throughout the team.

Tyrese Maxey goes off for career-high 50 points in Sixers’ shootout win vs. Pacers

Tyrese Maxey continues his ridiculous start to the season with a 50-point performance as the Sixers outgunned the Pacers Sunday.

Sixers overcome sleepy start to win 7th straight, secure 1st win in group play

The Sixers came out lethargic, but then took it to the young Pistons to secure their seventh straight win — and their first win in group play of the In-Season Tournament.

Here they freaking come: Sixers knock off Celtics for 6th straight win

The Sixers were mighty impression in taking down the rival Celtics and winning their sixth straight game.

Joel Embiid erupts for 48 as Sixers crush Wizards for 5th straight win

Joel Embiid only needed three quarters to score 48 points and the Sixers cruised to their fifth straight win.

Sixers look to make it four in a row vs. an ailing Suns team

The Sixers have won four in a row, but Kevin Durant and the Suns come to town Saturday afternoon.

Balanced Sixers cruise past Raptors to win third straight

The Sixers got contributions up and down the lineup as they beat up the Raptors and improved to 3-1 on the young season.

After a career of uncertainty, Robert Covington is relieved to be home

Robert Covington is a Sixers once again. A lot has changed since he was in Philly, but the veteran forward is happy to be back.