The Sixers may have lost Game 1, but that’s a distant memory now as they prepare for Game 5 — and a chance to end the Nets’ season with a fourth-straight victory.
Will the Sixers advance to the second round tonight, where a likely matchup with the Toronto Raptors awaits? What kind of reaction will Brooklyn’s Jared Dudley get from the Wells Fargo Center crowd after his Game 4 antics? Will Joel Embiid — listed as probable as of Tuesday morning — play in Game 4?
We’ll find out the answers on Tuesday night. NBC Sports Philadelphia has you covered with your local broadcast crew — Marc Zumoff, Alaa Abdelnaby and Serena Winters — for Game 5 (and the rest of the series against Brooklyn, should it continue beyond tonight). Here’s the full lineup for Game 4 on NBC Sports Philadelphia, plus streaming on NBCSportsPhiladelphia.com and the MyTeams app:
6:30 p.m.: Sixers Talk
7:00 p.m.: Sixers Pregame Live
8:00 p.m.: Brooklyn Nets at Philadelphia 76ers, Game 5
10:30 p.m.: Sixers Postgame Live
11:30 p.m.: 76ers Outsiders
Access the live stream of the entire Game 5 lineup right here.
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On this episode of Sixers Talk, Danny Pommells and Paul Hudrick are joined by NBC Sports national NBA insider Tom Haberstroh to talk about NBA free agency and the draft.
Tom talks about the Anthony Davis trade, the dysfunctional Rockets and weighs in on the #RunItBack discussion.
Do you trust Elton Brand and the Sixers to get the draft right? Danny is worried about the Sixers' recent track record while Paul is ready to stand on a table for one prospect.
Come for Danny's Kobe Bryant story and stay for the draft chatter.
The 2019 NBA draft is upon and the Sixers currently hold five picks — one in the first round and four in the second. GM Elton Brand talked to the media Tuesday about the optionality that comes with having five picks and a few of the things the Sixers may be looking for in a prospect.
The top three picks in the draft seem pretty set, but with the Anthony Davis trade forcing the Lakers to send pick No. 4 to the Pelicans, things could get interesting. Who do David Griffin and company like? Will they move the pick for more picks or for a veteran player?
Here is the full draft order:
1. New Orleans
3. New York
4. New Orleans (from Lakers)
10. Atlanta (from Dallas)
14. Boston (from Sacramento via Sixers)
17. Atlanta (from Brooklyn)
19. San Antonio
20. Boston (from Clippers via Memphis)
21. Oklahoma City
23. Memphis (from Utah)
26. Cleveland (from Houston)
27. Brooklyn (from Denver)
28. Golden State
29. San Antonio (from Toronto)
31. Brooklyn (from New York via Sixers)
33. Sixers (from Cleveland via Orlando and New York)
34. Sixers (from Chicago via Los Angeles Lakers)
36. Charlotte (from Washington via Orlando, Denver and Atlanta)
38. Chicago (from Memphis)
39. New Orleans
40. Sacramento (from Minnesota via Portland and Cleveland)
41. Atlanta (from Los Angeles Lakers via Cleveland and Indiana)
42. Sixers (from Sacramento via Brooklyn and Milwaukee)
43. Minnesota (from Miami via Charlotte)
44. Atlanta (from Charlotte)
46. Orlando (from Brooklyn via Memphis and Charlotte)
47. Sacramento (from Orlando via New York)
48. LA Clippers
49. San Antonio
52. Charlotte (from Oklahoma City)
55. New York (from Houston)
56. LA Clippers (from Portland via Detroit and Orlando)
57. New Orleans (from Denver via Milwaukee)
58. Golden State
60. Sacramento (from Milwaukee)
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