2020 SeasonAll times ET

2020 Schedule
39-26, 3rd in Atlantic
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1dTim Bontemps

Simmons feeling better than when season started

Ben Simmons says his back injury has healed, he feels better than he did at the start of the NBA season and he's ready to fully participate in practice and play in games when the season resumes later this month.

Why Stephen A. is pessimistic about the 76ers' title shot (1:41)
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2dTim Bontemps

Sixers' Simmons 'effectively 100%' for restart

Ben Simmons, who suffered a back injury on Feb. 22 and whose status has been the subject of much speculation, is "good to go" for the restart of the season in Orlando, coach Brett Brown said.

Brett Brown confident Ben Simmons is 100% healthy (1:11)
Could the bubble benefit the 76ers? (2:16)
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7dAdrian Wojnarowski

Broekhoff signing to finish season with 76ers

Free-agent forward Ryan Broekhoff is signing with the 76ers for the rest of the season, reuniting with his national team coach, Brett Brown.

Tobias Harris not surprised 16 NBA players tested positive for COVID-19 (1:28)
Joel Embiid just got his license, Tobias Harris wishes he knew sooner (0:44)
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17dAdrian Wojnarowski

Bryan Colangelo buys stake in Australian team

Bryan Colangelo, a two-time NBA executive of the year, has purchased an ownership stake in and will assume an advisory role with the Illawarra Hawks of Australia's National Basketball League, sources tell ESPN.

Will season restart in Orlando favor 76ers odds at Finals? (2:19)
Ben Simmons is looking 'swole,' but will that improve his game? (1:53)
Why Jay Williams would build around Simmons over Embiid (1:35)

The Hoop Collective: Life Inside The NBA Bubble

While the NBA players await the protocol that outlines the rules and regulations of life inside the bubble, Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Disney aficionado Royce Young discuss what questions remain and how challenging life down in Orlando could be.


ESPN Daily: How Some NBA Teams Will Fare Upon Returning In Late July

The NBA is finally set to return in July, and players and owners have agreed on a format for the comeback. But which teams actually stand to benefit from the standings, what's the fate of those facing play-in games, and where does the draft lottery come into play? ESPN basketball insider Zach Lowe (and host of "The Lowe Post" podcast) explains what's at stake in the East and West. Plus, which bubble teams could make it in, and whether this year's NBA champion deserves an asterisk due to the weirdness of the season.

Which teams in the East were most affected by NBA's layoff (1:48)
AI's greatest moments (3:49)
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29dTim Bontemps

Silver: Older coaches could be sidelined in return

Adam Silver, in an appearance on TNT's "Inside the NBA" Thursday night, said there is a chance that older NBA head coaches won't be able to be on the bench when the league resumes play due to concerns about the coronavirus.

The 3 biggest on-court questions for the NBA's Eastern Conference (1:25)
Who is the best player left off the NBA top-15 list? (2:42)

The Hoop Collective: How To Structure The NBA's Return To Action

With multiple return-to-play proposals on the table, Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss the feasibility of these options, as well as the NBA's real motivations behind each plan. Plus, the crew identifies the teams who could benefit the most from this extended layoff (33:50).

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.621st
Rebounds Per Game45.511th
Assists Per Game25.98th
Points Allowed107.46th

Team History