Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division97.4 (5th)107.6 (5th)
Eastern Conference15th15th
NBA29th29th

Schedule

Wed Mar 23
L 104 - 103at DEN
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Sat Mar 26
L 108 - 105at POR
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Sun Mar 27
L 117 - 105at GS
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Tue Mar 29
L 100 - 85CHA
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Fri Apr 1
L 100 - 91at CHA
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Sat Apr 2
L 115 - 102IND
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Tue Apr 5
W 107 - 93NO
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Fri Apr 8
L 109 - 102NY
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Sun Apr 10
L 109 - 108MIL
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Tue Apr 12
L 122 - 98at TOR
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Wed Apr 13
L 115 - 105at CHI
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Standings

EAST
Atlantic
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Toronto39-1356-26
Boston31-2148-34
New York21-3132-50
Brooklyn12-4021-61
Philadelphia3-4910-72
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76ers' James Webb: Signed two-year deal with 76ers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Webb signed a partially guaranteed two-year deal with the 76ers Friday, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.

Charania reports that Webb will have a legitimate opportunity to compete for a roster spot, which isn't surprising given the question marks surrounding Philadelphia's roster, and given Webb's size and skill set, he should have a good chance at making the team's final roster. The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 16.1 points per game while shooting 50 percent from the field in his final season at Boise State.

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76ers' Timothe Luwawu: Selected No. 24 overall by 76ers
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Luwawu was selected by the 76ers with the 24th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.

Luwawu displays overwhelming athleticism on the court, and the 6-foot-7 wing averaged 14.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.7 steals per game in the Adriatic League last season. On the whole, Luwawu's game needs some improvement in terms of efficiency on both ends of the floor, but he has the physical tools and potential to someday be an effective player in the NBA. Luwawu may not be NBA-ready as of yet, but he could have the freedom to display his skill set early on if given minutes on a downtrodden team like the 76ers.

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76ers' Joel Embiid: Cleared to resume light scrimmaging
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Embiid (foot) has been cleared to resume light scrimmaging in five-on-five settings, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Embiid has spent the last year rehabbing a fractured navicular bone in his right foot, and after taking part in multiple non-contact workouts over the last several weeks, the Sixers will begin to turn him loose a little. The center, who has yet to make his NBA debut since being drafted No. 3 overall in 2014, won't suit up for the Sixers' entry in the Las Vegas Summer League, but he's expected to travel with the team. The organization appears optimistic that Embiid will be a full participant in training camp this fall.

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76ers' Joel Embiid: Will skip out on summer league
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo officially ruled Embiid (foot) out of the Las Vegas Summer League, but said the center would travel with the team, Brian Seltzer of Sixers.com reports.

Colangelo acknowledged that Embiid is looking "more fluid" in controlled settings of late, and has even been doing some 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 work. The Sixers likely want to ease Embiid into full activities before training camp begins, and because playing in the summer league would interrupt that, he'll just remain with the team in an observational capacity.

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76ers' Jahlil Okafor: Unlikely to play in summer league
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo recently stated that Okafor (knee) is "highly unlikely" to play in the summer league, NBA.com's Scott Howard-Cooper reports. "He's down at Duke [University] right now rehabilitating," Colangelo said. "If he was given the green light [for summer league], it might be a really good way for him to get himself ready if he's cleared to play for the [United States] Select Team in the mini-camp coming up this summer. As of [now], he's made great headway and he's back out on the court and he's getting shots up and he's doing some one-on-one things. I don't think [summer league] is going to happen, but if the doctors would give him clearance there's no reason he shouldn't be out there."

It sounds like Okafor is gradually starting to inch closer to full health after he was shut down for the season in March following surgery to repair a torn meniscus. While he's already doing some on-court workouts, Colangelo mentioned that Okafor would probably require some sort of mini-training camp in advance if he chose to play in the summer league, but that doesn't seem an especially realistic outcome. Instead, Okafor may turn his attention toward getting ready to play for the U.S. Select Team in late July, when he'll be tasked with warming up and scrimmaging with the squad that will represented the country in the 2016 Summer Olympics. Regardless of what transpires this offseason, Okafor should be at full health entering 2016-17, but it's unclear whether he'll still be in a 76ers uniform. Okafor struggled to mesh with Nerlens Noel in the frontcourt as a rookie, and it's looking quite likely that one of the two may be dealt elsewhere this summer.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGRobert Covington , SF12.8
RPGNerlens Noel , PF8.1
APGIsh Smith , PG6.5
FG%Nerlens Noel , PF52.1
FT%Isaiah Canaan , PG83.3
3P%Hollis Thompson , SG38
BLOCKSJerami Grant , SF127
STEALSNerlens Noel , PF118
MPGNerlens Noel , PF29.3
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