Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Atlantic Division108.6 (2nd)108.2 (4th)
Eastern Conference3rd11th


Thu Dec 21
L 109 - 114TOR
Sat Dec 23
L 86 - 102@TOR
Mon Dec 25
W 105 - 98@NY
Thu Dec 28
L 110 - 114@POR
Sat Dec 30
W 107 - 102@DEN
Sun Dec 31
W 123 - 110@PHO
Wed Jan 3
W 112 - 106SA
Fri Jan 5
W 114 - 78DET
Thu Jan 11
L 103 - 114BOS
Mon Jan 15
W 117 - 111TOR
Thu Jan 18
7:00 pm ET
Sat Jan 20
7:30 pm ET
Mon Jan 22
8:00 pm ET
Wed Jan 24
7:00 pm ET
Fri Jan 26
8:30 pm ET
Sun Jan 28
6:00 pm ET
Mon Jan 29
8:00 pm ET
Wed Jan 31
7:30 pm ET
Fri Feb 2
8:00 pm ET
Sat Feb 3
7:00 pm ET


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76ers' Jerryd Bayless: Starting in place of Redick
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bayless will get the start in place of the injured J.J. Redick on Thursday against the Celtics, Brian Seltzer of reports.

Bayless has seen his role fluctuate throughout most of the season, but he's recently settled into roughly 17-25 minutes off the bench on most nights. That number should increase in Redick's absence, and Bayless will have a chance to remain in the starting lineup for at least 10-14 days, while Redick deals with a bone edema and small crack in his left fibula. Coach Brett Brown also noted that Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and Justin Anderson will likely see increased time off the bench behind Bayless.

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76ers' Richaun Holmes: To remain out Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Holmes (illness) will not play during Thursday's contest against the Celtics, Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Holmes is dealing with gastroenteritis, which is serious enough for him to miss a second straight contest. In his stead, Amir Johnson, Trevor Booker and Dario Saric are all candidates to see extra run.

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76ers' J.J. Redick: To be reevaluated in 10-to-14 days
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

An MRI revealed Redick is dealing with bone edema and a small cortical crack in the fibular head of his left leg. He's expected to be reevaluated in 10-to-14 days, Jessica Camerato of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

A previous report from Adrian Wojnarowski indicated Redick wasn't facing an extended absence, though this most recent report indicates Redick will miss around two weeks before being reevaluated. That means Redick is slated to sit out the next four games, with his first shot to make a return coming on Jan. 26 against the Spurs. There's a very realistic chance he misses more time than that, so continue to look out for updates as Redick moves through the recovery process. T.J. McConnell and Jerryd Bayless appear to be the likely beneficiaries, though Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot could pick up more minutes on the wing as well.

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76ers' J.J. Redick: Unlikely to miss extended time
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Redick's left leg injury isn't considered serious and he's only expected to miss a short period of time, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

Redick limped to the locker room late in Monday's win over the Raptors and while specifics on the injury haven't been released, it appears it's nothing overly serious. While Redick is not expected to miss extended time, Wojnarowski's report does seem to indicate that Redick could miss at least a game or two, so there's a decent chance he remains sidelined for Thursday's tilt with the Celtics. Look for official confirmation later this week to make sure, though if Redick sits, that should open more time for guys like Jerryd Bayless and T.J. McConnell.

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76ers' T.J. McConnell: Scores career-high 18 points
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McConnell scored 18 points (8-13 FG, 1-3 3PT, 1-2 FT) to go with six rebounds, eight assists, three steals and one block in 32 minutes during Monday's 117-111 win against Toronto.

Thanks to Ben Simmons' three early fouls, McConnel played the majority of the second quarter. The guard responded by dishing out seven assists by halftime. In addition, McConnell compiled a career-high 18 points to cement an impressive outing. The reserve guard's normal role is that of spelling Simmons and taking over the point when both are on the floor. However, Monday's performance exceeded all expectations for McConnell.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGJoel Embiid, C23.8
RPGJoel Embiid, C10.8
APGBen Simmons, PG7.3
FG%Ben Simmons, PG51.3
FT%JJ Redick, SG94.6
3P%JJ Redick, SG40.5
BLOCKSJoel Embiid, C60
STEALSBen Simmons, PG75
MPGBen Simmons, PG35.2
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