Live stream: 76ers 1, Spurs 5


The Philadelphia 76ers (33-17) play against the San Antonio Spurs (14-38) at AT&T Center

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Game Time: 8:00 PM EST on Friday February 3, 2023

Philadelphia 76ers 1, San Antonio Spurs 5 (Q1 09:35)

What’s the buzz on Twitter?

Tom Petrini @RealTomPetrini
Malaki Branham came out of Ohio State with such crisp ability to score all over the floor PM
San Antonio Spurs @spurs
The rook gettin’ us started 👏 PM

Gina Mizell @ginamizell
Not sure if it’s coming through on TV, but there’s a pretty significant Sixers contingent here at the AT&T Center. “Let’s go Sixers!” and “MVP!” chants have already broken out. But they aren’t too pleased right now, as the Spurs forced a quick timeout after taking a 5-0 lead. – 8:14 PM
Ky Carlin @Ky_Carlin
Quick timeout for Doc Rivers after that Josh Richardson triple. Philly has been careless with the basketball and San Antonio has a 5-0 lead. #Sixers8:14 PM
Austin Krell @NBAKrell
3 turnovers in 4 possessions for the Sixers thus far, including a Tobias Harris missed layup and Joel Embiid passing into traffic instead of taking a jumper at the nail.
Rivers timeout. – 8:13 PM
Tom Petrini @RealTomPetrini
Malaki Branham gets the start and the first bucket of the game.
Excited to see more of what he can do in the pick and roll. – 8:13 PM
Tom Orsborn @tom_orsborn
Spurs going with Richardson, Branham, Johnson, Bates-Diop and Poeltl. – 8:10 PM
Lauren Rosen @LaurenMRosen
MVP chants for @Joel Embiid pregame in San Antonio. – 8:00 PM
Philadelphia 76ers @sixers
fan favorites. 📸
@SociosUSA PM

LJ Ellis @spurstalkdotcom
The San Antonio Spurs will try to snap their seven-game losing streak tonight against the Philadelphia 76ers. Here’s a preview:…7:43 PM
Philadelphia 76ers @sixers
tonight’s starting five:
🔔 P.J. Tucker
🔔 @Tobias Harris
🔔 @Joel Embiid
🔔 @De’Anthony Melton
🔔 @James Harden
👕 @alscouniforms PM

San Antonio Spurs @spurs
First five out!
#PorVida | @Ticketmaster | #ad PM

Neil Dalal @NeilDalal96
Nice ovation for Deni Avdija as he checks in off the bench midway through the first quarter of Wizards-Blazers
Deni had a career-high 25 points last game in San Antonio – 7:24 PM
Tom Orsborn @tom_orsborn
Doc knows what Spurs are going through this season:
“I have done rebuilds and I have lost 18 in a row (with Boston in 2006-2007), and every day Danny (Ainge) and I would sit around joking, ‘What are we going to do?’ We had a plan, though, and so do they (the Spurs).” – 7:23 PM
Tom Orsborn @tom_orsborn
Doc Rivers says Pop has a lot to do with the Spurs’ spirits staying high even while losing:
“His sense of humor, knowing the big picture, and he’s been around this before.” – 7:18 PM
Tom Orsborn @tom_orsborn
Pop said he’s enjoying Spurs’ alumnus of the game series: “Seeing those guys, it’s like a time machine. It was punctuated by the Alamodome game, which really brought everything back for all of us who have been here a long time. It’s just been a wonderful season in that regard.” – 7:03 PM
San Antonio Spurs @spurs
It’s GAMEDAY in the SA! 🎉🏀
#ULTRADrip | @MichelobULTRA | #ad PM

Keith Smith @KeithSmithNBA
The San Antonio Spurs are sitting on $26.9M in cap space. The Indiana Pacers still have $10.7M in cap space after the Myles Turner renegotiation-and-extension.
I wouldn’t be surprised if either are involved in a Kyrie trade (or other big deal) as a facilitator to help move money. – 6:39 PM
Rob Perez @WorldWideWob
Load Mismanagement is LIVE @Underdog__NBA w/@jphanned
– 8-game slate
– Embiid status in air
– Malik Monk show in Indiana
– Breaking lineup news from across league
– Common Cents picks
– Kyrie
NBA’s Closing Bell, live now through tip!
📺 PM

Lauren Rosen @LaurenMRosen
Doc Rivers on his time with the @San Antonio Spurs, as the team celebrates 50 years:
“It was a really important time for me. I was really trying to find myself. I was at the end of my career. Just being around this organization absolutely changed me. So I will be forever indebted to that.” – 6:37 PM
Matthew Tynan @Matthew_Tynan
Josh Richardson has been a consummate pro. He’s goofy, relaxed, his teammates love him, and he’s relished his role in SA.
But one look around the locker room reveals the writing on the wall, in a language he’s gotten to know all too well.…6:21 PM
Gina Mizell @ginamizell
Former Temple great and WNBA star Candice Dupree out here running some Spurs pregame work. She was hired in San Antonio after going through the NBA’s Assistant Coach Program. We caught up at the combine last spring PM

Keith Smith @KeithSmithNBA
Here are the teams I project to have $30M+ in cap space this summer:
HOU: $59.1M
SAS: $46.1M
DET: $43.7M
UTA: $43.2M
ORL: $33M
IND: $30.7M
Kyrie Irving’s max for next season projects at $46.9M. That’s why he wants a trade. To re-sign w/ Bird Rights bc no one can sign w/ space. – 5:29 PM
Alex Kennedy @AlexKennedyNBA
Over the last year, the Brooklyn Nets have had three stars request a trade: James Harden, Kevin Durant and now Kyrie Irving.
@NekiasNBA breaks down which teams make sense as a possible landing spot for Irving:…5:04 PM
Tommy Beer @TommyBeer
Numbers from The Nets “Big 3” of Kyrie, KD and Harden:
16 games played together
3 trade demands
2 vaccinations
2 first-round sweeps
1 Alex Jones Instagram post
1 anti-Semitic film promoted
1 trade for Ben Simmons
1 playoffs series victory PM

San Antonio Spurs @spurs
GO BIG OR GO HOME‼ Play Call Your Shot tonight for a chance to win a Superbox Experience for 10!
#PorVida | @bet365_us | #ad PM

Sam Quinn @SamQuinnCBS
What would be a worse final game as a Net, if that’s how this turns out?
James Harden scoring four points against the Kings?
Or Kyrie Irving getting blown out 139-96 by the Celtics? – 4:05 PM
Tommy Beer @TommyBeer
Kyrie’s timeline since signing with Nets:
In 2019-20, he played 20 games.
In 20-21, he got hurt in the playoffs.
In 21-22, he cratered the season by refusing to get vaxxed, forcing BK to trade Harden for Simmons.
In 22-23, he demands a trade.
Nets have paid him $136 million. PM
Aaron J. Fentress @AaronJFentress
The difference between Damian Lillard and Kyrie Irving is this:
Had Lillard played in Cleveland with LeBron/Love, and then in Boston with Tatum/Brown/Hayward and then in Brooklyn with KD/Harden then KD/Ben, he would have 4-6 rings right now. Maybe 2 in each city. PM

Matthew Tynan @Matthew_Tynan
Just looking back as I’m writing about J-Rich right now, it’s still crazy to me the Spurs managed to get a first-round pick for Thad Young last season. – 3:35 PM
Chris Fedor @ChrisFedor
Kyrie is going to leave Brooklyn — the place he always wanted to be — in free agency this offseason to sign with Orlando or OKC or Detroit or Indiana or San Antonio or Houston — the cap space teams? Feels like a pretty empty threat. – 2:55 PM
Philadelphia 76ers @sixers
“The chemistry is really good, the guys are pulling for each other.” – Coach Dave Joerger 🧪
courtside comparisons pres. by @NerdWallet PM

Omari Sanfoka II @omarisankofa
Kyrie destroyed parity in the NBA when he hit that shot in Game 7, leading KD to Golden State. Kyrie then joined KD and Harden in Brooklyn and has done everything in his power to sabotage the operation. The league now has great parity. Maybe the conspiracy guy has been conspiring – 2:17 PM
Austin Krell @NBAKrell
Turns out James Harden’s vision extends beyond the court because he saw that the Nets were doomed from a mile away and got out. – 2:08 PM
Josh Richardson @J_Rich1
Fabio Viera SBC 🤩 – 2:03 PM
Mike Vorkunov @MikeVorkunov
Last season, James Harden asked to be traded from the Nets right before the deadline.
This season, Kyrie Irving asked to be traded from the Nets right before the deadline. – 2:01 PM

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