Philadelphia 76ers

5th Atlantic | 10-72
  • Field Goal %
    29th
    43.1 FG%
  • 3-point %
    24th
    33.9 3P%
  • Points Scored
    29th
    97 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    30th
    41.2 RPG
  • ABC News

    NBA Top Draft Simmons' Cousin Killed in NJ Hit-and-Run

    The cousin of Ben Simmons, who was picked first by the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA draft, died after being struck by a sport utility vehicle in a New Jersey neighborhood, family members said. Zachary Simmons, 21, died after being struck early Saturday while crossing a street in Hoboken. Authorities said the SUV that struck the Ramsey man fled the scene. The victim's mother, Monique Steele, told WCBS-TV (http://cbsloc.al/28WvJ3R) her son had gone with Simmons to the NBA draft earlier in the week. She said he was walking back from a friend's birthday party when he was struck and killed. "To be speeding enough to kill my child is beyond me," Steele said, noting that police told her the SUV was

  • CSN Philly

    Brett Brown will be 'surprised' if Sixers don't make a trade

    These days, Lenny Dykstra might be better known for his tumultuous history off of the diamond than for anything he ever accomplished on it. Not only that, we now know the former Phillies centerfielder's achievements in baseball are tainted by steroid usage. If you want to understand what would make an athlete turn to illegal performance enhancing drugs though, Dykstra doesn't hide from his history. As the three-time All-Star explained to Scott Miller for Bleacher Report, he had to take steroids he was going to make it. In a far-reaching interview that touches on everything from his playing days to his son's own professional career, to failed business ventures to a rough stint in jail, Dykstra