Embiid, Ilyasova and Rodriguez led the Sixers to their first road win since January.
The boys in orange and black are riding a six-game win streak into Thursday’s home tilt.
The Temple alum was given a championship treat on live TV.
With Embiid and Okafor out Tuesday, Ersan Ilyasova stepped up big. But it wasn’t enough.
Matt Rhule is gone. He’s not the first.
We’re making a list and checking it twice. Doug Pederson’s job isn’t on it.
Did Penn State get snubbed? Did Pitt and Temple get the bowls they deserve? Yes, and no.
Doug Pederson: ‘This thing can go one of two ways, and I only know of one way it’s going to go, and that’s up.”
Eagles paradox: Doug Pederson wants Nelson Agholor to play like nobody’s watching (and we can’t stop)
The media won’t stop obsessing over whether Agholor will play. Should he is a better question.
After an hour delay, still no answers as to how this happened. No make-up date has been announced.
Think managing Embiid and Okafor is a challenge? Wait until Noel comes back. And Simmons.
The season is done, but it’s not over. There’s nothing to play for, and also everything.
I spent 10 minutes with ESPN’s Jon Gruden. It was awesome. The audio didn’t record.
This Eagles game is a homecoming for the well-traveled reporter, just in time for turkey.
Carson Wentz, Malcolm Jenkins and the receivers (!?!?) top our list of thankfuls.
Nerlens is back in town, but Brett Brown isn’t guaranteeing him any future minutes. Things are happening!
The maligned wide receiver finally said all the right things after doing all the wrong things.
The Sixers’ frankly-pretty-raw big man had a bad night on national TV, but he’s still a contender.
The team waited until noon to make the announcement Embiid wouldn’t play, but, hey, a win!