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Joel Embiid Joins Legendary Club in Team’s First 30 Games
The Sixers' third-year center is already in elite company through the team's first 30 games of the 2018-19 season.
Sixers face tough home test Friday vs. Pacers
The Indiana Pacers represent the Sixers' first true tough Eastern Conference matchup at home in the first 29 games of the season.
Report: Pistons, Magic have interest in Markelle Fultz
According to multiple reports, two Eastern Conference teams have interest in acquiring the former No. 1 overall pick.
Report: Cavs have reached out to Sixers about Markelle Fultz
According to Sam Amico, the Cavs have been in talks for the point guard. The Sixers have been widely known for having a high interest in Kyle Korver.
Report: Zhaire Smith ‘in danger’ of missing entire 2018-19 season
According to The Ringer's John Gonzalez, the 2018 first round pick has lost 'upwards of 20 pounds' since September's severe allergic reaction.
With growing pains expected, Jimmy Butler underwhelms in Sixers debut
The Jimmy Butler era has begun. But it's going to take some time for it to take full effect.
Embiid on scoring less than 35 points: ‘It’s a bad game’
It's good to see Joel Embiid be over-critical of his own game. After all, that's the whole point of growing as an NBA superstar.
Joel Embiid’s hot start is nothing short of historic
Though the Sixers are 2-2 to start the year, Joel Embiid's season is off to a historic start.
Behind Embiid, Sixers upend Magic, start preseason at 2-0
Joel Embiid had a big first half en route to a 21 point, seven rebound performance in the Sixers' 120-114 victory over the Magic on Monday night.
Sixers, NBA release 2018-19 schedule
The Sixers play 27 games on ESPN, ABC, and TNT next season. They open the year October 16 with the Celtics in Boston on TNT.