2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
51-31, 2nd in Atlantic

The Hoop Collective: NBA Playoffs Update

ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim McMahon discuss the latest from the NBA Playoffs and how worried the 76ers should be about Joel Embiid's knee injury (3:15). Brian then talks about James Harden's greatness and how Houston's superstar reminds him of Peyton Manning (19:20). The crew also dives in to Kevin Durant's big game last night and if the Rockets could beat the Warriors in the next round (33:15). Lastly, the crew reacts to Denver's troubling performance thus far (46:27).

Wilbon wouldn't trade Ben Simmons (1:42)
Woj: Embiid will be dealing with injury throughout playoffs (1:00)
On this date: Pistons, 76ers game breaks out into brawl (1:07)
13hDave McMenamin

Simmons torches Nets, says Dudley feud 'done'

After Nets reserve Jared Dudley called him an "average" half-court player, Ben Simmons went off for a playoff-career-high 31 points to lead the 76ers to a Game 3 victory.

Simmons' playoff career-high 31 points leads 76ers to Game 3 win (2:04)
Simmons on Dudley: I don't have energy for it (0:22)
Butler: Simmons showed up when we needed him to (1:12)

Simmons scores 31 points, 76ers beat Nets without Embiid

Ben Simmons scored a career playoff-high 31 points, Tobias Harris added 29 points and 16 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers shook off the absence of Joel Embiid to beat the Brooklyn Nets 131-115 on Thursday night for a 2-1 lead in the first-round...

Simmons smirks at Dudley, then taunts him later (0:27)
Simmons levitates for monster jam (0:22)
Simmons fired up after putback dunk (0:21)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Simmons delivered an All Star performance for Philly (31 points, 9 assists, 4 rebounds) on a night they were without Joel Embiid. He was impressive in the fourth with nine points, two assists, a block and a steal in a two-minute stretch late in the period to blow Game 3 open. Philly will take a 2-1 series lead.

Simmons glides to bucket for and-1 (0:17)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets fans chant "Jimmy's leaving!" as free-agent-to-be Jimmy Butler shoots free throws for the Sixers midway through the fourth quarter.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sixers' once 18-point lead is down to 6 and Barclays Center — relishing its first home playoff game since May 1, 2015 - is amped. Philadelphia will have to earn this over the final 8 minutes of the 4th quarter.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Brooklyn opens the fourth by turning it over and missing its first four shots before D'Angelo Russell suns in and scores seven consecutive Nets points. Strong answer from the All-Star guard to keep the home team in the game.

Embiid: 'It's unfortunate that I laughed' (1:19)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Brooklyn finished the third quarter scoring eight unanswered points - including a four-point play from Spencer Dinwiddie - to cut Philly's lead to seven. The Barclays Center crowd, quiet for much of the third as Philadelphia methodically built a double-digit lead, is alive and well heading into the final period.

Simmons' pass leads to Harris and-1 (0:16)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

There's always a conversation around Ben Simmons' shooting but he and the Sixers probably don't get enough credit when they defend the way they have in Game 3. D'Angelo Russell and Joe Harris are a combined 8-for-24 and 1-for-8 from behind the arc for Brooklyn, which has trailed by double digits for much of the third quarter.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.24th
Rebounds Per Game47.84th
Assists Per Game26.94th
Points Allowed112.519th

Team History