J.R. Smith Made NBA history in The Worst Way During Cavs’ Win Over The Sixers

J.R. Smith and the Cavaliers had already left the horseshoe hours before any post game festivities had taken place, so you can’t blame this streak on any type of bender in Columbus. During Cleveland’s 112-108 win on the road against the Sixers — Smith played 38 minutes and 31 seconds — going 0-for-11 shooting to

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frustrated Embiid kicks chair after minutes limit keeps him out of 2nd OT (Video)

‘The Process’ has to understand that he’s still going through a process. Joel Embiid had to sit out the 76ers’ double-overtime period on Wednesday against the Memphis Grizzlies, due to his minutes limit. Embiid had already logged 27 by the time double-OT rolled around, and didn’t take the news well. The 76ers were outscored 13-8

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USA Basketball on Whether Players Would be Expected To ‘Support’ Trump

Smart move by USA Basketball — which understands that having a dominant program is more important than having players pledge allegiance to Donald Trump. Retired U.S. Army general Martin E. Dempsey – who was named the future chair of USA Basketball on Tuesday – told ESPN.com that the players who suit up for the national

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Embiid Files Trademark for ‘The Process’ to sell Shirley Temples & other Goods

Kudos to Joel — and this should be easy money, because he really did “trust the process” for two long years. After branding himself “The Process” last month, Joel Embiid is now looking to capitalize on his brand by trademarking it according to Crossing Broad. Using his agency CAA Sports — the 7ers star filed

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Okafor Forced to wear Kansas Gear After Losing Bet to Embiid (Photos)

Jahlil should have the last laugh in March. When Frank Mason III hit that last-second shot to give the Kansas Jayhawks a 77-75 victory over the Duke Blue Devils on Tuesday night — he made Joel Embiid’s week as well. That’s because fellow Philadelphia 76er teammates Joel Embiid — a top-three pick out of Kansas

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76ers Dario Saric on the All-Star Games & MVP’s In Embiid’s Future

Dario Saric has only played six games with Joel Embiid, and he’s already sold on his all-world potential. After the Philadelphia 76ers delivered their first win of the season, Saric revealed that Embiid has a bright future. “Now he is great, but one day he will be you know really star,” Saric told Brian Seltzer

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76ers Invite Sevyn Streeter Back to Sing Anthem After #WeMatter Fiasco

Seeing that they might have been wrong, the Philadelphia 76ers have picked a date for Sevyn Streeter to come back and perform the national anthem after the team didn’t allow her to sing while wearing a “We Matter” jersey on October 26. In a statement to The Associated Press on Saturday, the 76ers and Streeter

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Jerami Grant Traded to Thunder; Twitter Finds His Old Tweets Calling Westbrook DooDoo

Once you hit send on social media, you have to remember that it could eventually come back to haunt you. Jerami Grant, like so many other young college kids, was a little bit reckless on twitter while he was an amateur. Back when he was a young pup — Grant was overly critical of Westbrook’s

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76ers trade Jerami Grant to Thunder for Ersan Ilyasova, future pick

Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported Tuesday that the Philadelphia 76ers have agreed to trade forward Jerami Grant to the Oklahoma City Thunder. In return, the 76ers will receive forward Ersan Ilyasova as well as a future conditional draft pick. ESPN’s Zach Lowe says the pick is a protected first-rounder. Philadelphia has traded Jerami Grant

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Ben Simmons on If & When He’ll Play This Season (Video)

1-on-1 with @BenSimmons25 ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/Oxyr2ekK23 — Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) October 27, 2016 Ben Simmons didn’t a timeline for his return Wednesday night — however he did offer a silver lining — when the 76ers’ first overall draft pick shot down a report that there were rumblings from Klutch Sports about keeping him sidelined the entire

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