Marc Narducci has been covering sports for the Inquirer and Daily News since 1983. He has covered everything from South Jersey high schools to all the professional teams. Currently his main beat is Temple football and basketball. He also helps out on the pro beats and writes a weekly South Jersey high school column.

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NBA power rankings: Sixers remain in Top 10; Bucks still No. 1

The biggest movement in the Top 10 was the Los Angeles Lakers going from sixth to second.

Brown looks to stabilize Sixers rotation as final third of NBA season approaches | Off the Dribble

Brown acknowledges that there are only so many minutes available for wing players, and he will have to sort that out with 27 games left in the regular season.

Clippers’ Paul George fined $35,000 by NBA for ‘home cooking’ comment after loss to Sixers

George complained about the discrepancy in personal fouls called in the Clippers loss.

Josh Richardson shows Sixers full value entering All-Star break

Richardson had a 17-point fourth quarter to ignite Tuesday's win over the Clippers and bodes well for the future as he has come back from his second hamstring injury this season.

Embiid and Simmons look to blend their inside games | Off the Dribble

How the two stars mesh, especially down low, will be a key as the Sixers prepare for the postseason.

Embiid rebounds in big way from tumultuous two days in Sixers’ win over Clippers

Embiid received pregame boos but loud cheers toward the end as the Sixers were wrapping up their third straight win.

Ex-Sixer Landry Shamet, initially angry at being traded, settles in with Clippers

Tuesday night, Shamet will face the Sixers for the first time since being traded to the Clippers on Feb. 6, 2019 in a blockbuster deal.

Marcus Morris loves returning to Philly, has no opinion on Sixers

Morris will play his second game with his new team, the Los Angeles Clippers, when they visit the Sixers on Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center.

Sixers shed no light on Embiid’s ‘shush’ gesture

Was the center frustrated by the boos that Sixers fans have directed at him and his teammates?

Temple to extend contract with Eagles to play at least five more years of home football games at Linc

The deal is for up to 10 years: a five-year agreement with a five-year option for Temple.