The Sixers again put themselves in position to win, but more turnovers in crunch time sent them to an 84-80 loss to the Celtics and 0-16 on the season.
After the Sixers fell to 0-16 on the season and tied the NBA record with 26 straight losses dating back to last season, Brett Brown said he's "numb" to the losing.
Tony Wroten is still rehabbing from a partially torn ACL, but Sixers head coach Brett Brown is excited about what the guard will provide when he returns to the lineup.
1dNow healthy, Robert Covington is starting to heat up from three-point range, and as a result, should be returning to the Sixers' starting lineup.
1dWell, something to be said for being the better team for more than half of the game for two games in a row, maybe.
2dKevin Durant returned from a hamstring injury to score 27 points in the Thunder's 111-89 win over the Jazz. That and more from around the NBA.
2dJahlil Okafor dominated his individual matchup with Karl-Anthony Towns, but it wasn't enough for the Sixers in a 100-95 loss to the Timberwolves.
2dNik Stauskas exited the Sixers' 100-95 loss to the Timberwolves with a left knee injury and the guard will have an MRI on Tuesday.
2dJahlil Okafor dominated his individual battle with Karl-Anthony Towns, but it wasn't enough for the Sixers in a 100-95 loss to the Timberwolves.
2dThe Sixers and Timberwolves are both in the midst of massive rebuilds, but Brett Brown doesn't think his team's makeover is anywhere close to Minnesota's progression.
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