With the worst record in team history behind them, the Philadelphia 76ers look forward to a much better year thanks to the signing of first round draft picks Ben Simmons and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot. They’ll join the ranks alongside returning players Joel Embiid, Dario Saric, Jahlil Okafor and Nerlens Noel, making one of the youngest teams in the league. Head coach Brett Brown, whose overall record with the Sixers is not indicative of what he can do, will lead them once again in the 2016-2017 season. With 80 games on the schedule, you have plenty of chances to catch the Philadelphia 76ers at their home arena or on the road—all tickets are on sale now!
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An impessive 8-2 run has the Philadelphia 76ers making a move up the NBA standings this week. Coming in last week at No. 25 overall, the Sixers have improved their defensive efficiency to rank among the league’s top ten. Additionally, players like Ersan Ilyasova, Joel Embiid and Robert Covington are taking advantage of their minutes on the court to earn accomplishments such as sinking 51 three-point shots in 10 games. The impressive performances have helped Philly jump to No. 15 in this week’s power rankings. Friday’s game against the Rockets will be a huge test, but the 76ers may just be able to pull it off. Don’t miss this game—tickets are on sale now for $121.
The Philadelphia 76ers eked out an incredible victory on Wednesday night! They hosted the feisty New York Knicks, who had a notably better record than the home team. In fact, New York had the lead by the end of the first half. Fortunately, Philadelphia came surging back to seize the win by just one point with a final score of 98-97. The 76ers are on a road trip throughout the weekend but will return to Wells Fargo Center to host the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, January 18. Tickets to that game are already currently on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $10. Reserve your seats now!
A successful season is all relative for the Philadelphia 76ers. By any account, they’re one of the NBA’s worst teams, but compared to where they were at this point in 2014 and 2015, they’re miles ahead. The Sixers got their last victory two Sundays ago against Brooklyn, followed by three losses this week to New Orleans, Phoenix and Sacramento. Philly travels to Utah to face the Jazz this Thursday, Dec. 29, before heading to Denver on Friday to play the Nuggets. Tickets for both those games are on sale now for the starting price of $17 and $29, respectively. The Sixers return to the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday, Jan. 3, against Minnesota.
After a three game home stint, the Philadelphia 76ers finally put an end to their seven-game losing streak this week with a 99-88 win over the Pelicans, followed by a 97-79 smashing of the Pistons. The small winning streak prompted a jump in the rankings for Philadelphia, who now has six wins under their belt. While that may not seem like something to be happy about at this point in the year, the Sixers didn’t get this many wins until late January last season. Up next, Philly hosts the Lakers this Friday, Dec. 16, and the Nets this Sunday, Dec. 18. Get great seats at the Wells Fargo Center from us now starting at just $6.
When the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Suns and the Heat in back-to-back games earlier this month, it seemed like things might be improving for the No. 27 team, but whatever momentum the Sixers had seemed to fade away in the next four contests. In Sunday’s game, the 76ers had every chance to pad a huge lead after the Suns missed their first 14 shots. Instead, the game came down to the wire with Phoenix taking home the win. Philadelphia will work to improve their game at home for the next four contests—can they reverse their fortune? Catch them this Saturday, Dec. 3, against the Celtics with tickets starting at just $16.
The one bright spot of the Philadelphia 76ers 2016-2017 campaign has been the play of the team's young center Joel Embiid. Unfortunately, the talented Embiid isn't getting enough help from other players and that was very clear during the Sixers’ 115-88 loss to the Houston Rockets on November 14. Embiid led Philadelphia scorers with 13 points, and that simply won't get the job done against a high-scoring team like the Rockets. The rest of the team needs to start providing better backup, especially with Embiid on a minutes restriction. Philly will look to rebound when the Memphis Grizzlies come to town on November 23. Tickets for that game start as low as $7.
The Philadelphia 76ers were poised to get the team’s first win of the season against the Orlando Magic on November 1. Unfortunately, poise is something that the team lacks, and the Sixers blew an 18-point advantage before finally losing 103-101. The game was tied with just seconds remaining when Joel Embiid turned the ball over and the Magic’s Serge Ibaka drew a foul that lead to his making the game-winning foul shots. It was a brutal loss, but Philly will just have to let it go and move on. The competition doesn’t let up anytime soon for the 76ers, who will play host to a strong Indiana Pacers team on November 11. Tickets for that game start as low as $11.
The Philadelphia 76ers have endured a number of losing seasons in recent years, and the team has just finished putting fans through another uninspiring preseason. Philly sits at the bottom of its division, having dropped five games in a row. Fans knew that there would be growing pains, as many of the team’s best players are young and a handful are experiencing their first NBA action. Nevertheless, the club needs to turn things around in a hurry if the owners expect to sell any tickets this year. The 76ers will start the season by hosting the Oklahoma City Thunder on October 26. Tickets are available for that game and start as low as $32.
When you finish at the bottom, there’s nowhere to go but up. That’s what Philadelphia 76ers fans are telling themselves, and they may actually have reason to believe it this year. In addition to first round pick Ben Simmons joining the team, top draft pick Joel Embiid may finally be healthy enough to play and the Sixers also signed a number of role players to help shore up the roster. There’s no question that the team is loaded with talent, so as long as the coaches and management are able to get everyone on the same page, this could be a breakout year. The Celtics come to Philly for a preseason game on October 4, and tickets start as low as $55.
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