The Sixers kick off the first of seven straight road games over nearly a two-week span against the Orlando Magic on Sunday night (6 p.m./CSN).
The Sixers lost yet another player via trade prior to Friday's 109-91 loss to Charlotte, prompting coach Brett Brown to once again explain where the team is going with its rebuild.
The Sixers will acquire forward Ronny Turiaf and a second-round pick as part of a three-team trade with the Timberwolves and Rockets, according to a source.
2wWe recap Thursday's NBA action, including the Warriors roaring past the Pelicans for their 11th straight win.
2wThe Sixers avoided an ignominious record with a win in Minnesota. But with a victory finally in the books, where do they go from here?
2wAllen Iverson congratulated the Sixers -- or, as he called them, "Lil Homies" -- after their first win of the season.
2wAs the Sixers continue on with Tank 2.0, here are some names to keep an eye on for the 2015 NBA draft.
2wSitting on the sideline has been "hell" for veteran Jason Richardson, who is itching to return to help the young, inexperienced yet enthusiastic Sixers.
2wAlong with the impressive stats in Wednesday night's victory, Michael Carter-Williams displayed poise and leadership in the Sixers' first win.
2wMonta Ellis hit a wild, fallaway jumper at the buzzer, lifting the Dallas Mavericks over the Milwaukee Bucks 107-105 on Wednesday night.
How many games will the Sixers win this season?
10 or less