Statistically the Sixers had their best offensive game, and worst defensive one, of the season against the Nets last night.
Embiid's big night; the development of his midrange game; Maxey powers Sixers to fourth quarter run.
Another disappointing effort on defense leads to a 133-114 loss to the Thunder, and more concerns about the team's ability to defend the perimeter.
After starting De'Anthony Melton in place of Tyrese Maxey last night, Doc Rivers says the Sixers will use three different starting lineups from here on out. Here's a breakdown on why.
The Philadelphia 76ers had the league's top-ranked defense in November. I took a look at some of the stats driving their improved defensive play and tried to figure out which were sustainable now that Harden and Maxey are close to returning.
The Philadelphia 76ers waived both Charles Bassey and Isaiah Joe today to trim the roster down to 15 players. Why Bassey and Joe? And what flexibility do they gain?
As we approach the halfway point of the season the Sixers had their starting five of Embiid, Harden, Maxey, Harris and Tucker available for just the seventh time all season. Rich and I discuss how they looked in their win over the Pistons, how Maxey and Embiid have looked since