The Sixers (0-2) missed their last 14 shots and failed to score on the Bucks over the final 8:21 in a 93-81 loss Friday night in Milwaukee.
The Sixers failed to score a single point over the final 8:19 Friday, losing in Milwaukee for the 4th straight time, 93-81, to fall to 0-2 on the season.
Watch Bucks center Larry Sanders nearly drive to the hoop and score for the Sixers.
1dOn WIP, Sixers CEO Scott O'Neil took a not-so veiled shot at former team coach Larry Brown and his thoughts on Tank 2.0.
1dFirst-year Sixer Luc Mbah a Moute returned to the team after accompanying teammate Joel Embiid to his brother's funeral in Cameroon.
1dOld guys yell about basketball team.
1dThe Sixers had a pretty good chance of a W on opening night.
2dWe recap Wednesday's top NBA action, including the Heat opening their post-LeBron James era with a win over the Wizards.
2dNerlens Noel struggled offensively in his NBA debut and the Sixers couldn't keep up with the Pacers in a 103-91 loss in Wednesday's season opener.
2dFormer Sixers coach Larry Brown didn't mince words when discussing the team's long-term rebuilding effort. "I hate what's going on in Philly," he said Wednesday.