Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division92.0 (4th)101.0 (2nd)
Eastern Conference13th9th
NBA25th15th

Schedule

Wed Mar 25
W 99 - 85at DEN
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Fri Mar 27
L 119 - 98LAC
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Sun Mar 29
L 87 - 86at CLE
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Mon Mar 30
L 113 - 111LAL
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Wed Apr 1
L 106 - 93at WAS
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Sat Apr 4
L 92 - 91at CHA
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Sun Apr 5
L 101 - 91at NY
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Wed Apr 8
L 119 - 90WAS
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Sat Apr 11
L 114 - 107at CHI
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Mon Apr 13
L 107 - 97MIL
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Wed Apr 15
L 105 - 101MIA
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Standings

EAST
Atlantic
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Toronto33-1949-33
Boston28-2440-42
Brooklyn24-2838-44
Philadelphia12-4018-64
New York11-4117-65
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Kings deal Landry, Thompson, Stauskas to 76ers
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

The Kings completed a deal with the 76ers late Wednesday, moving Carl Landry, Jason Thompson and Nik Stauskas and a first-round draft pick to Philly in exchange for future draft picks and a pair of foreign players drafted in the second round, per ESPN. 

The move opens up nearly $15 million in cap space for the Kings as they try to bring in marquee free agents. 

Landry averaged 7.2 points and 3.8 rebounds last season, Thompson tallied 6.1 points and 6.5 rebounds and Stauskas registered 4.4 points, but the former first-round pick could become a valuable asset in the 76ers fast-paced scheme. 

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Report: 76ers decline option on Henry Sims
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The 76ers will not offer center Henry Sims a qualifying offer, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Sims will become an unrestricted free agent. In 73 games last season, Sims averaged 8.0 points and 4.9 rebounds.

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Report: 76ers bypass option on Glenn Robinson
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The 76ers will not extend guard Glenn Robinson a qualifying offer, sources told Yahoo Sports.

Robinson will become an unrestricted free agent. In 35 games last season, Robinson averaged 2.1 points and 1.1 rebounds.

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76ers' Joel Embiid will have foot evaluated by three more doctors
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

76ers center Joel Embiid will have his right foot evaluated by at least three more doctors before the team determines the best way to handle his latest setback, per Philly.com.

76ers CEO Scott O'Neil said recently that Embiid will continue to be evaluated and that his long-term health is the team's biggest interest.

“We’re still waiting,” O’Neil said. “We have another three doctors to come see him. We’re trying to figure out with a 21-year-old how do you focus wholly on long-term health and wellness and make sure he’s OK. So what we’re doing now is seeing experts, the best experts from around the world, to make sure we make the right decisions with him and his family and do the best.”

Embiid missed his entire rookie season as he recovered from surgery on his right foot.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGRobert Covington , SF13.5
RPGNerlens Noel , C8.1
APGNerlens Noel , C1.7
FG%Nerlens Noel , C46.2
FT%Robert Covington , SF82
3P%Hollis Thompson , SG40.1
BLOCKSNerlens Noel , C142
STEALSNerlens Noel , C133
MPGNerlens Noel , C30.8
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