Sixers vs. Bucks, 2 p.m., CSN Wells Fargo Center
Sixers: 9-3 (First in Atlantic Division, second in Eastern Conference)
Bucks: 4-7 (Fourth in Central Division, ninth in Eastern Conference)
The Sixers are coming off a home-and-home sweep against the one-win Wizards on Friday and Saturday. They beat the Wizards by double figures in both games. On Friday, they beat them by 31. The Sixers have just one loss in eight games in January.
Lou Williams came off the bench to lead the team in scoring with 24 points in the second game of the home-and-home. The Sixers have seven players averaging double-digit points.
Brandon Jennings has been hot at home, averaging 22 points but is averaging just 16.9 on the road.
The Sixers are off to their hottest start since they opened up 10-0 in the 2000-01 season. Remember what happened that year? They went to the NBA Finals.
The Bucks' Andrew Bogut, who sat out against the Mavericks with concussion symptoms, is expected to play.
Sixers: Evan Turner (quad, out)
Bucks: Bogut (Concussion-like symptoms, day-to-day), Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (right knee tendinitis, day-to-day), Mike Dunleavy (groin, day-to-day)
From 1-10, where is your excitement level about the Sixers?