Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division109.8 (2nd)105.3 (3rd)
Eastern Conference3rd6th
NBA7th11th

Next Game

Thu, October 18, 8:00 PM EDT
Wells Fargo Center
TV: TNT
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home team logo
102.9
PPG
109.8
43.5
FG %
47.2
75.9
FT %
75.2
35.5
3PT %
36.9

Schedule

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Mon Oct 1
W 120 - 114ORL
*
Fri Oct 5
W 120 - 114@DAL
*
Mon Oct 8
L 112 - 115DAL
Tue Oct 16
L 87 - 105@BOS
RECAP
Thu Oct 18
8:00 pm ET
TNTCHI
Sat Oct 20
7:30 pm ET
ORL
Tue Oct 23
7:00 pm ET
NBAt@DET
Wed Oct 24
9:30 pm ET
ESPN@MIL
Sat Oct 27
7:30 pm ET
CHA
Mon Oct 29
7:00 pm ET
ATL
Tue Oct 30
7:30 pm ET
NBAt@TOR
Thu Nov 1
7:00 pm ET
LAC
Sat Nov 3
1:00 pm ET
DET
Sun Nov 4
6:00 pm ET
@BKN

Standings

EAST
Atlantic
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Boston1-01-0
New York1-01-0
Toronto1-01-0
Brooklyn0-10-1
Philadelphia0-10-1
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76ers' Dario Saric: Expects to be at '110 percent'
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Saric (back) said he expects to be fully healthy for Tuesday's season opener against Boston, Philly.com reports.

Saric was held out of a game at the end of the Sixers' trip to China due to a sore lower back, but the absence looks to have been precautionary. He returned to practice last week, and at this point there's no reason to believe the back issue will carry into the regular season.

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76ers' Mike Muscala: Ruled out for season opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Muscala (ankle) has been ruled out for Tuesday's regular-season opener against the Celtics, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Muscala was given a doubtful designation over the weekend, so his official absence doesn't come as much of a surprise. He's currently working through a sprained right ankle and only has a couple days off before Thursday's tilt with Chicago, so there's a chance he misses at least one more game as well. Look for Amir Johnson to operate as the Sixers' backup center and he could also see some more minutes at power forward as well.

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76ers' Ben Simmons: Back at practice Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Simmons (neck) returned to practice Monday after sitting out Saturday's session with stiffness in his neck, Noah Levick of NBC Sports Philly reports.

Simmons' absence Saturday was more precautionary than anything else, and all indications are that he'll be fine for Tuesday's season-opener against the Celtics. The 22-year-old is among the best young talents in the league and is coming off of a monster rookie season in which he averaged 15.8 points, 8.2 assists, 8.1 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 0.9 blocks in 81 starts.

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76ers' Wilson Chandler: Ruled out for opener
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chandler (hamstring) will not play in Tuesday's regular season opener against the 76ers, Tom Moore of the Bucks County Courier Times reports.

It was reported last week that Chandler was still "a ways away" in his rehab from the hamstring injury, so Tuesday's absence likely will not be his only one. With Mike Muscala (ankle) also unlikely to play Tuesday, the 76ers are in line to be without some quality depth in the frontcourt. Chandler's absence should, however, open up an opportunity for Furkan Korkmaz, who had an impressive offseason, to see more minutes off the bench.

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76ers' J.J. Redick: Will come off bench to begin games
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Coach Brett Brown confirmed Monday that Redick will come off the bench to begin games but will start the second half, Sixers reporter Jon Johnson reports.

As a means of reintegrating 2017 No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz, the Sixers will employ a rather unorthodox strategy of starting the second-year guard alongside Ben Simmons, and then shifting him to the bench to begin the second half of games. Redick has started every game he's played since the start of the 2014-15 season, so it'll be a departure from the norm, but his overall role likely won't change too significantly. The 34-year-old averaged 30.2 minutes per game in his first season as a Sixer, and he converted better than 46 percent of his field goals and 42 percent of his threes en route to a career-best 17.1 points per game.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGJoel Embiid, C22.9
RPGJoel Embiid, C11
APGBen Simmons, PG8.2
FG%Ben Simmons, PG54.5
FT%Marco Belinelli, SG90.8
3P%JJ Redick, SG42
BLOCKSJoel Embiid, C111
STEALSBen Simmons, PG140
MPGBen Simmons, PG33.7

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