The Sixers are one win away from the Conference Finals.
James Harden's game-winner lifts Sixers in a pivotal Game 4 victory, sending the series back to Boston tied at two games each.
Well, that could have gone better.
Sixers take 1-0 lead over Celtics with a dramatic Game 1 victory.
Tobias Harris led the way as the Sixers beat the Nets 96-88, winning the first-round series four games to none.
Tyrese Maxey led the Sixers with 33 points in a 96-84 Game 2 victory.
The Sixers played a game last night. Technically. Here's what you need to know as the Sixers head into the final weekend of the regular season.
52 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists, 20-25 from the field. Pretty valuable.
Another Sixers win. More importantly, another good Harden performance.
Joel Embiid and James Harden returned, but Harden's acknowledgment that he's been dealing with Achilles soreness for months clouds the Sixers' future.
Brutal first half effort and poor execution down the stretch cost Sixers in 101-99 loss.
The Sixers used a 24-8 run to secure a 110-105 comeback win over the second seed in the West.