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3 observations after Sixers can't hold 19-point lead, fall to Warriors

The Sixers couldn’t cap a six-game road trip Wednesday night with their best win of the season. They built a 19-point second-quarter lead at Chase Center but fell to a 116-96 loss to the Warriors. The defeat dropped the Sixers to 2-4 on the trip and 10-9 overall. Golden State...
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Sixers Bell Ringer: Seth Curry’s 24 points not enough to knock off NBA-best Warriors

The Philadelphia 76ers’ parting gift on their six-game West Coast swing was a date with the 15-2 Golden State Warriors. After building a 19-point lead in the first half and scoring 53 points through 19 minutes, the Sixers’ gas tanks eventually ran low and they fell 116-96 on Wednesday night. This game was much closer than the final score indicates, though Golden State still controlled the action most of the fourth quarter. It’s time to talk Bell Ringer. Let’s get to it.
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The Golden State Warriors did not start their game against the Philadelphia 76ers the way they envisioned. But they certainly finished it the way they did, and that’s a lot better than the other way around. After an early tit-for-tat battle between Steph Curry and Seth Curry, the Sixers went...
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Game Preview: Warriors vs. Sixers - 11/24/21

The Warriors three-game homestand continues as the Dubs host the Philadelphia 76ers at Chase Center on Wednesday. This will be the first of two meetings between the two clubs during the 2021-22 campaign, and the Sixers’ sole visit to Chase Center this season. The Dubs enter Wednesday’s contest with an NBA-best 15-2 record and winners of four straight games. Families all over the country will be getting together this week, and this Thanksgiving-eve matchup will be no different as Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be going up against his younger brother, 76ers guard Seth Curry.
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JTA's two fourth quarter dunks help Warriors beat Sixers

There were a few moments where the Warriors had the Chase Center crowd on their feet Wednesday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. Jordan Poole's impressive half-court buzzer-beater provided a spark at the end of the first half, while Juan Toscano-Anderson's two monster dunks energized the crowd late in the fourth quarter.
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Warriors week 5 review/week 6 preview

Record: 15-2 Standing: 1st seed in the Western Conference, 1 game ahead of the Phoenix Suns. Offensive rating: 2nd (114.6) Defensive rating: 1st (101.3) Team ratings are garbage-time adjusted, courtesy of Cleaning The Glass. Weekly recap. Tuesday: Beat the Brooklyn Nets 117-99 Thursday: Beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-89 Friday: Beat...
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ESPN’s Thanksgiving Eve Blockbuster NBA Doubleheader Features Brooklyn Nets vs. Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers vs. Golden State Warriors

Three-time NBA Champion Stephen Curry’s Exclusive Interview with Malika Andrews, Tuesday on NBA Today. On Wednesday, November 24, ESPN’s live NBA game coverage presented by State Farm tips off with a blockbuster Thanksgiving Eve doubleheader. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the Brooklyn Nets, starring two-time NBA Champion Kevin Durant and nine-time NBA All-Star James Harden, visit the Boston Celtics, starring two-time NBA All-Star Jayson Tatum and NBA All-Star Jaylen Brown. Mike Breen will provide commentary with analysis from Doris Burke and sideline reporting from Monica McNutt. The Eastern Conference matchup is an ESPN exclusive in the Boston market. The second half of the doubleheader tips off at 10 p.m. as three-time NBA Champion Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors host two-time NBA All-Star Andre Drummond and the Philadelphia 76ers. Play-by-play commentator Ryan Ruocco will call the action from San Francisco with NBA Champion and analyst Richard Jefferson. Malika Andrews will report from the sidelines.
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Ben Simmons on the Warriors? Why Golden State should and shouldn't pursue trade for 76ers star

The Warriors once again look like a juggernaut. With an NBA-best 15-2 record heading into Wednesday's clash with the 76ers, Golden State looks every bit like the dominant franchise that reached five straight Finals from 2015 to 2019. The hot start has quieted most of the chatter about the Warriors potentially making a major win-now move. One of the names that surfaces from time to time? Ben Simmons. Philly's trip to the Bay brings to light three questions central to the debate:
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