2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
31-17, 2nd in Atlantic
Is Embiid trash talk good for the NBA? (1:49)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Jimmy Butler (wrist) and Ben Simmons (upper respiratory) are questionable for tomorrow's game against the Spurs

Embiid dominates with 32 points and huge block on Harden (1:34)
Embiid: 'We beat (the Rockets) by 30, so it was really fun for us' (0:58)
Harden, Embiid at the center first-half drama (1:44)
Embiid stares down Harden after epic denial (0:44)
Harden, Embiid pick up double techs after altercation (0:54)
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22hTim Bontemps

76ers' Butler out vs. Rockets with wrist injury

Jimmy Butler will miss Monday night's game against the Rockets with a right wrist sprain, and is questionable for the 76ers' home game Wednesday night against the Spurs.

3dTim Bontemps

Westbrook not cool with Embiid after latest tussle

Russell Westbrook and Joel Embiid found another way for their personal rivalry to continue, thanks to Westbrook taking exception to a foul by Embiid with 1:46 remaining in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 117-115 victory by the Thunder.

Embiid, Westbrook not fond of each other (0:23)
George's late 4-point play saves Thunder vs. 76ers (0:38)
Simmons: 'This game is not everything' (1:39)
Embiid & Simmons combine for 51 in loss to Thunder (1:42)

George lifts Thunder past 76ers 117-115

Paul George converted a four-point play with 5.1 seconds left, sending Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder to a wild 117-115 victory over Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday.

Butler swoops for steal, late go-ahead layup (0:50)
Butler drives baseline for and-1 layup (0:24)
Embiid drives for slam (0:15)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

There was a pretty obvious theme for the first three quarters: When Embiid is on the floor, the Sixers are better than the Thunder. When he's not, the Thunder are better, and by a good amount.

Embiid drives past defenders for dunk (0:38)
Simmons throws down putback slam (0:25)
Embiid finishes difficult and-1, fires up the crowd (0:27)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

OKC's bench has become a simmering issue as of late, and with Billy Donovan trying a few new rotational tweaks, it still let a double-digit lead slip to finish out the first quarter in Philly. The primary issue: Dennis Schroder has been slumping a little the last couple weeks.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.64th
Rebounds Per Game47.74th
Assists Per Game27.43rd
Points Allowed111.820th

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