Lee rebounds again to lift Warriors past Sixers

Warriors guard Damion Lee has overcome many hurdles throughout his career, and he did so again on Saturday, scoring 24 points in a win over Philadelphia. Two days earlier, Lee was harassed on social media after missing shots late in a loss to Toronto.
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Sources: Sixers don’t expect Simmons back soon

Ben Simmons will be reevaluated in two weeks for a nerve impingement in his lower back, but there’s little expectation that he’ll be ready to return to the lineup that soon, sources told ESPN.
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What we know and don’t know about the Sixers entering the second half

Philly enters the All-Star break on a three-game winning streak but still trails Miami by two games.
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How the Sixers forced a Game 7 with enormous stakes

Philly finally had a plan for Kawhi Leonard. Now, the Raptors and Sixers head into Sunday’s Game 7 with everything on the line.
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Joel Embiid is back to make everything work for the Sixers

The 76ers won’t go anywhere without a healthy Joel Embiid, and they saw that in Sunday’s comeback win over the Pacers.
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Sources: Clippers agree to deal Harris to Sixers

The Clippers have agreed to trade Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic and Mike Scott to the 76ers for Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala and draft picks, sources say.
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The Sixers being this good is a minor miracle

Despite a Twitter scandal for the ages and the ongoing Markelle Fultz saga, the Philadelphia 76ers are somehow thriving this season.
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Why the Sixers believe Embiid, Simmons and Fultz are enough

With an unproven point guard, inexperienced GM and two completely different young superstars, how will the post-Process Sixers repay the trust?
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Pelton mail: The Sixers’ young stars and the future of tanking

Pelton mail: The Sixers’ young stars and the future of tanking
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Cavs’ Irving (back) out Monday vs. Sixers

Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving exited Sunday’s 109-90 loss to the Dallas Mavericks early because of tightness in his lower back and will not travel with the Cavs for their game Monday in Philadelphia, according to the team.
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