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Weary Sixers face a well-rested Bucks team tonight in Milwaukee

The Sixers are playing the second game of a back-to-back, while Milwaukee has been idle since losing at home on Monday to Phoenix.

Could Sixers-Suns be an NBA Finals preview? | Off the Dribble

The Sixers own the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference, while the Suns are No. 2 in the West. They will meet Wednesday night.

Sixers, NBA/NBPA support guilty verdict in the murder of George Floyd

The statements came after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all charges in the murder of George Floyd.

George Hill was solid in his Sixers debut. He gives Doc Rivers better options off the bench.

Hill had not played since Jan. 24 due to a thumb injury. His size and versatility are a plus for Doc Rivers and the 76ers.

Early-season meeting last year changed the NBA career of former Villanova star Mikal Bridges

Bridges and the surprising Phoenix Suns will visit the 76ers on Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Sixers’ Matisse Thybulle is feeling comfortable on both ends of the court | Off the Dribble

While his defensive ability is well-documented, Thybulle has shot better from three-point range since the All-Star break.

Stephen Curry on a career-best roll as Golden State visits the Sixers on Monday

Curry has scored 30 or more points a career-best 10 consecutive games.

Newcomer Anthony Tolliver became the latest Sixer to contribute during this injury-plagued season

Tolliver didn't score, but he gave the shorthanded Sixers more than 14 minutes of action in his debut with the team on Friday.

The Sixers look to continue their impressive showing at home | Off the Dribble

Their next four games at the Wells Fargo Center are against teams that are a collective 58 games over .500.