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Kyrie Irving acknowledged a profane outburst he directed at a fan in Philadelphia who yelled at him about LeBron James. Irving says he's been in touch with the league about it. He is unsure if he will be fined but did stress that he shouldn't have reacted.

Irving, Celtics top 76ers for first win (1:52)
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Simmons off to solid start -- finally

His rookie year delayed one year by injury, Ben Simmons put himself in elite company on Friday night with the help of 11 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in the 76ers' 102-92 loss to the Celtics.

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History made, but Simmons wants more

Ben Simmons became the first Sixers player - and just the 11th in NBA history - to begin his career with two double-doubles but he is still yet to taste victory in the NBA.

Irving and Tatum get hot in the fourth (0:20)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

In need of a spark, the shorthanded Celtics got an unexpected boost from two end-of-the-roster players in Shane Larkin and Jabari Bird. Larkin scored eight fourth-quarter points and Bird, a two-way call-up contributed some key minutes, as Boston spoiled the 76ers home opener with a 102-92 triumph.

Fultz dishes to Embiid for two (0:18)
Embiid muscles through Horford (0:17)
Irving hits pretty reverse layup (0:15)
Simmons takes it coast-to-coast (0:16)
Redick sinks transition 3 (0:20)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

How Joel Embiid's intro sounded inside the Wells Fargo Center before Friday's home-opener against the Celtics.

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76ers' Embiid not cleared for back-to-backs

Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid was in the starting lineup for Friday's home opener but does not expect to play Saturday at Toronto because he has not been cleared for back-to-back games.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics guard Marcus Smart (ankle) is out vs. the Sixers. Aron Baynes moves into the starting lineup for Boston, joining Kyrie Irving, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, and Al Horford.

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The Undefeated

50 greatest players remix: Allen Iverson

It's been 20 years since the NBA announced its 50 greatest players at the 1997 All-Star game, and the last two decades have brought some changes to the list.

Simmons: A ton of mistakes I've got to fix (0:46)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart is "most likely out" from Friday's game vs. the Sixers after tweaking both his ankles against the Bucks. Smart watched Boston's shootaround Friday with his left ankle heavily wrapped and elevated. "[The ankle] was pretty swollen when I woke up [Thursday]. So we're just taking it easy. It's a long season." Smart isn't overly concerned: "It's nothing serious. That's the good thing. If I do not play [Friday], I should be back Tuesday [vs. the Knicks]."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Smart tweaked both his ankles vs. Bucks. He's uncertain vs. Sixers. Left ankle heavily wrapped at shootaround.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

These "Welcome to the Moment" shirts decorate seats at Wells Fargo Center for Philly's home opener vs. Boston.


PTI Previews NLCS Game 5 and TNF

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser preview Game 5 of the National League Championship Series, debate if the Yankees are likable and if the 76ers look good this season.

Nolan questions how long 'The Process' will take (1:08)
ESPiaNdo la NBA: Con futuro prometedor Wizards y 76ers (1:27)

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.518th
Rebounds Per Game47.59th
Assists Per Game22.511th
Points Allowed111.020th

Team History


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