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


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


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76ers' Richaun Holmes: Consistent in summer league play
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Holmes averaged 9.5 points and 5.7 rebounds across six summer league games.

Holmes saw consistent playing time for the Sixers' Las Vegas Summer League entry, seeing at least 20 minutes in all six games and reaching double-figures in scoring four times. He saved his best performance for last, scoring 14 points to go with six rebounds and two blocks in a 74-66 win over the Heat on July 15. The Bowling Green product, who dealt with an Achilles injury prior to summer league, is a borderline-roster player, whose primary competition for a spot will likely come from veteran Carl Landry.

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76ers' Nik Stauskas: Concludes summer league stint
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stauskas tallied 11.0 points, 3.0 boards and a single assist per game in two Las Vegas Summer League contests.

The former top-ten draft choice opted to head back home after appearing in just two summer league games, making his future with the 76ers even more cloudy than before. Stauskas started 35 games for Philadelphia last season and averaged 8.5 points per game over the course of 73 contests. However, the 76ers currently have 17 players under contract for the summer. With roster cuts on the horizon, Stauskas will likely have to compete with the likes of Hollis Thompson and Gerald Henderson for not just playing time, but also a job.

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76ers' Timothe Luwawu: Could see significant time in D-League in rookie year
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Sixers coach Brett Brown recently suggested that Luwawu could spend significant time in the D-League as a rookie,'s Brian Seltzer reports. "I feel for the first time we are truly going to tap into our D-League program. It certainly makes sense to use the D-League that's 45 minutes down the road to get him playing," Brown said of Luwawu. "You can do all the drill work you want -- it doesn't equal playing against bodies and feeling other players. I think you're going to see him in the D-League from time to time, but I also feel like the excitement we saw from the summer league shows that that's an excellent prospect."

After Luwawu was nabbed with the 24th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, it wasn't certain if he would join the 76ers in 2016-17 or spend another year overseas to hone his craft. His decision to sign a contract with the 76ers earlier this month ended that mystery, and the 21-year-old went on to suit up in eight summer league games for the club, averaging 8.9 points and 3.0 rebounds in 23.5 minutes per contest. As is common with younger prospects, Luwawu struggled with his efficiency, shooting just under 37 percent from the field, but that performance didn't change the 76ers' long-term outlook on him. The athletic Frenchman fits the mold of a "three-and-D" wing that most NBA teams covet, though it may take a few more years for Luwawu to fully realize his potential. In the meantime, the Sixers will lean on veterans Gerald Henderson, Robert Covington, Hollis Thompson and Nik Stauskas to cover most of the duties at either wing spot during the coming season, allowing Luwawu to pick up plenty of minutes in the D-League, which would certainly aid his development.

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76ers' Anthony Barber: Signs partially guaranteed deal with 76ers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Barber agreed to a partially guaranteed contract with the 76ers on Thursday, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.

The former NC State guard latched on with the Pelicans for the Las Vegas summer league and appeared in four games, averaging 6.2 points and 1.2 rebounds over 11.8 minutes per game. He was able to parlay that performance into a partially guaranteed deal with Philadelphia, but that by no means suggests he's a lock to make the Opening Night roster.

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76ers' Jerami Grant: Performs well in two summer league games
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Grant concluded his two game Utah Summer League stint with 10.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game.

Grant emerged as one of Philadelphia's most dependable offensive assets last season. His shortened summer league appearance likely indicates that Philadelphia knows he has little to prove at that level. Grant is one year removed from averaging 9.7 points and 4.7 rebounds per contest with the 76ers. Last season, Philadelphia possessed 10 players who each netted eight or more points per game. When you factor Ben Simmons into that equation it generates the notion that something has to give. Grant has proven he can succeed at the professional level, but with a clustered rotation only time will tell if his production takes a backseat.

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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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