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2nd in Atlantic
Foxworth: Carmelo and Nets don't match up (0:39)
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12d

76ers' Simmons felt 'singled out' entering casino

Ben Simmons said he posted a video on social media because he felt "singled out" after being asked for ID at a casino in Australia. The casino said it does routine ID checks on anybody who appears to be younger than 25.

Simmons' incident not a good look for Australian casino (0:53)
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15d

Sources: Clips vs. Lakers tops Christmas games

The Clippers and Lakers will play at Staples Center on Dec. 25, sources told ESPN. Other Christmas Day games include Bucks at 76ers and Celtics at Raptors, sources said.

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Christmas Day games set for 2019-2020 NBA season include Clippers-Lakers, Pelicans at Nuggets, Celtics at Raptors, Bucks at 76ers (Malika Andrews) and Rockets at Warriors (Tim MacMahon).

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17dDavid Purdum

Massive bet placed on 76ers to make playoffs

The same bettor who last year placed a $67,000 wager on the Warriors to make the playoffs at minus-10,000 odds was back at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook on Wednesday, this time placing a $100,500 bet on the 76ers to do the same at minus-5,000 odds.

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18dDavid Purdum

Bucks, 76ers strongest favorites to make playoffs

Caesars Sportsbook on Tuesday released Yes/No odds on each NBA team's playoff chances. The Bucks at -5,000 are the biggest favorites to reach the postseason, followed closely by the 76ers at -4,000.

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18d

Veteran point guard Burke signs with Sixers

Point guard Trey Burke, the No. 9 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft, has signed a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Bomani is not impressed with Simmons' new jumper (1:35)
Rose sees confidence in Simmons practicing jump shot (1:54)
Simmons shows off range, dunking ability in gym session (0:58)
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32d

Simmons officially out of World Cup, eyes Tokyo

Sixers star Ben Simmons confirmed Tuesday he will not be part of Australia's team for the upcoming FIBA World Cup and will instead focus on getting ready for Philadelphia's 2019-20 season.

Barkley has advice for Embiid and Simmons (1:16)
Kellerman: Simmons isn't worth extension ... yet (0:51)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Starting in 2020-21, Philadelphia will make a $580M investment between four players: Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Al Horford and now Ben Simmons. The 76ers next season have $148M in salary between 11 players- $6M over the projected luxury tax threshold. Simmons will have a poison pill restriction in his contract as part of signing a rookie extension. For trade purposes, his $8.1M salary for 2019-20 would be used as outgoing salary and $29.6M (the average over 6 years) would count as incoming for the acquiring team.

This Just In  

The Philadelphia 76ers and star Ben Simmons have agreed to a five-year, $170 million maximum extension, Simmons' agent Rich Paul confirmed to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. The sides had until mid-October to finalize the extension of Simmons' rookie deal, but Paul and Sixers general manager Elton Brand completed the deal significantly sooner. ESPN reported earlier this month that the Sixers had offered the max $170 million extension to Simmons, the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2018. The Athletic first reported Monday that the sides had reached an agreement. Simmons, the 2016 No. 1 overall draft pick, is one of the cornerstone stars for the 76ers. His teammates, including All-Star center Joel Embiid (five years, $150 million), Tobias Harris (five years, $180 million) and Al Horford (four years, $109 million) have been secured with long-term deals.

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Points Per Game115.24th
Rebounds Per Game47.84th
Assists Per Game26.94th
Points Allowed112.512th

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