2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
20-7, 1st in Atlantic
Embiid, Harris power Sixers to 14th straight home win (2:06)
1d
Pelle's monstrous block on Ingram erupts Wells Fargo Center (1:09)
1d
Pelle pounds no-look lob from Simmons (0:24)
1d
EPA/CJ GUNTHER
2dTim Bontemps

Embiid torches Celts, says criticism 'good for me'

Joel Embiid took criticism from Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley to heart Thursday night and responded by putting up 38 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists in a 115-109 win over the Celtics.

Joel Embiid understands Shaq's criticism (1:35)
2d
Embiid scores 38 points vs. Celtics (2:07)
2d
2d

Chastened Embiid powers 76ers past Celtics

Joel Embiid responded to criticism from Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley with a season-high 38 points, adding 13 rebounds on Thursday night to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 115-109 victory over the Boston Celtics.

Embiid fired up after 4th quarter 3-pointer (0:29)
2d
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2dTim Bontemps

76ers without Horford (knee, hammy) vs. Celtics

Al Horford had to miss his first game at Boston as a member of the Philadelphia 76ers due to a sore left knee and left hamstring tightness. Horford took part in pregame workout but determined he wouldn't be able to play.

Embiid doesn't disagree with Barkley and Shaq's criticism (0:50)
3d
3d

The Hoop Collective: Kawhi's Toronto Return And Early All-Star Roster Predictions

Last night, Kawhi Leonard returned to Toronto and Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss the Raptors' reception before asking the question: should Kawhi's jersey be retired? Then, the crew makes early All-Star roster predictions (12:27) before reacting to some confounding stats (21:42) and asking if any player would merit a 9-year contract like the one Gerrit Cole just signed with the New York Yankees (31:31).

Windhorst: Nuggets' offense has been suffering because of Jokic (1:46)
4d
Stephen A. questions Embiid's competitive fire (1:51)
4d
Embiid, Harris help 76ers stay unbeaten at home (2:29)
4d
4d

Embiid leads 76ers past Denver to stay perfect at home

Joel Embiid scored 22 points, including two key free throws with 15.3 seconds left, and Tobias Harris added 20 to keep the Philadelphia 76ers perfect at home with a 97-92 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night.

Embiid shimmies after acrobatic and-1 (0:24)
4d
Murray exits to locker room after collision with Simmons (0:42)
4d
Horford gathers own miss for a dunk (0:18)
4d
Thybulle maneuvers around Plumlee for the jam (0:22)
4d

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.116th
Rebounds Per Game46.310th
Assists Per Game26.73rd
Points Allowed103.928th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-20207.741
2018-195131.622
2017-185230.634
2016-172854.341
2015-161072.122