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Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division99.5 (2nd)109.9 (5th)
Eastern Conference5th13th
NBA18th26th
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Power Forwards
1. H. Sims
2. B. Davies
3. J. Grant
Centers
1. N. Noel
2. H. Sims
3. J. Embiid
Small Forwards
1. H. Thompson
Shooting Guards
1. J. Richardson
2. K. McDaniels
Point Guards
1. M. Carter-Williams
2. C. Ware
 
Last Updated: 10/01/2014
 
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Last Five Games
4/16 vs. MIA
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
J. AndersonSG
A. ThomasSG
H. SimsC
T. YoungSF
 
4/14 vs. BOS
T. YoungSF
H. SimsC
J. AndersonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
H. ThompsonSG
 
4/12 vs. CHA
T. YoungSF
H. SimsC
J. AndersonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
H. ThompsonSG
 
4/11 vs. MEM
T. YoungSF
H. SimsC
J. AndersonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
H. ThompsonSG
 
4/9 vs. TOR
H. ThompsonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
J. AndersonSG
H. SimsC
T. YoungSF

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
T. YoungSF17.96.02.3
S. HawesC13.28.23.0
E. TurnerSF14.05.03.2
J. AndersonSG10.13.81.9
M. Carter-WilliamsPG16.76.26.3
 
Notes
  • 19 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 21 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
14 Game(s)
T. YoungSF
H. SimsC
J. AndersonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
H. ThompsonSG
8 Game(s)
T. YoungSF
S. HawesC
E. TurnerSF
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
H. ThompsonSF
7 Game(s)
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
J. AndersonSG
E. TurnerSF
S. HawesC
T. YoungSF
7 Game(s)
H. ThompsonSG
M. Carter-WilliamsPG
J. AndersonSG
H. SimsC
T. YoungSF
6 Game(s)
T. YoungSF
S. HawesC
E. TurnerSF
T. WrotenSG
H. ThompsonSF

 
 

Jason Richardson, #23, 6-6, 225
2013-14 Season Stats
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Injuries
Knee - Questionable for start of season (Updated - 6/27/14)
News
The 76ers have not revealed whether guard Jason Richardson will actually play this season, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer on Tuesday. The 33-year-old missed last season recovering from knee surgery. He is expected to be the highest-paid player entering this season.

"We'll see," general manager Sam Hinkie said. "He'll definitely have a role as a voice on our team. He was helpful in that last year. He wasn't able to contribute for us on the floor, but he contributed in lots of other ways."

Hollis Thompson, #31, 6-8, 206
2013-14 Season Stats
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7722.66.00.93.20.70.2
 
Henry Sims, #35, 6-10, 248
2013-14 Season Stats
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4619.07.61.15.20.60.4
 
Michael Carter-Williams, #1, 6-6, 185
2013-14 Season Stats
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7034.516.76.36.21.90.6
 
Injuries
Shoulder - Probable for start of regular season (Updated - 5/6/14)
News
76ers guard Michael Carter-Williams told reporters on media day that he could be on the court playing now, despite nursing a shoulder injury, per the Philadelphia inquirer.

"If it was truly up to me I will be on the court right now," Carter-Williams said.

In May, Carter-Williams had surgery to repair the labrum in his right shoulder, a procedure that normally requires two to four months or recovery. Head coach Brett Brown told reporters he expects to give Tony Wroten the starting nod in preseason, leaving Carter-Williams' status for the season opener in jeopardy.

Nerlens Noel, #4, 6-11, 228
2013-14 Season Stats
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News
The 76ers are not going to have a lot of options this season. Their roster is made up mostly of castoffs, D-League players and guys working on unguaranteed contracts. One exception is Nerlens Noel, the organizations' crown jewel, who missed all of his rookie season while recovering from a knee injury.

Coach Brett Brown told reporters last weekend that the team is not expected to give Noel any minute or game restrictions as he gets set to make his NBA debut. Of course, that might happen naturally, as young big men tend to be foul-prone in general -- Noel averaged 3.4 fouls per game in just 25.8 minutes per game in five Summer League contests.

So, Noel probably won't average 30 minutes per night as a rookie, even if the team doesn't put a hard limit on his playing time. That might not matter all that much, as he will get the chance to put up big numbers anyways. Noel might not be much of a scorer out of the gate, but he seems likely to rack up big steal, block and rebound numbers on a team that maintained by far the fastest pace in the league a year ago.

Earlier in the offseason, I ranked Noel 33rd in my keeper league rankings, and he would be even higher if not for his injury concerns. Noel should be a game changer on defense, and is worth targeting in all formats as a No. 2 center. 

Brandon Davies, #20, 6-10, 240
2013-14 Season Stats
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5111.32.80.52.10.50.2
 
Casper Ware, #17, 5-10, 175
2013-14 Season Stats
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912.95.31.11.00.90.0
 
Joel Embiid, #-, 7-0, 250
2013-14 Season Stats
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Injuries
Back - Doubtful for start of season (Updated - 9/29/14)
News
76ers rookie center Joel Embiid told reporters on media day that he's hoping to play this season, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. Embiid injured his back while landing awkwardly late last season in college for the Kansas Jayhawks.

General manager Sam Hinkie has not closed the door on the possibility of Embiid playing this season. That said, he remains without a timetable for return.

"I don't know at this point. Right now, he's in Philly and visiting with a variety of our medical professionals and going through tests," Hinkie said. "He'll get a good baseline and then we'll put together a rehab plan. He's still in a boot. He was shooting threes on one leg in our gym [Monday]. I don't know how it will play out. We'll take an approach without knowing where the finish line is. We want to know how we can be sure to put him in a position to have a long NBA career. However long [rehab] takes will be however long it takes."

Jerami Grant, #-, 6-8, 210
2013-14 Season Stats
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K.J. McDaniels, #-, 6-6, 200
2013-14 Season Stats
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News
76ers rookie guard K.J. McDaniels has opted to sign a one-year, non-guaranteed tender that could make him a restricted free agent next July, according to Yahoo Sports.

McDaniels' agent, Mark Bartelstein, would not accept the team's offer of two-guaranteed seasons and two non-guaranteed seasons. 

"The 76ers have a philosophy that they're adhering to, and we totally respect that, but it doesn't fit for K.J. and us," Bartelstein told Yahoo Sports Wednesday. "I just totally disagree with the idea of doing a four-year deal that includes a structure of two non-guaranteed years. We think K.J. is going to be a good player, and it came down to doing a one-year deal and letting the market determine his value.

"There's no hard feelings. The Sixers’ philosophy has worked for them. It just doesn't work for us."