After a three-game summer league stint in Salt Lake City, the Philadelphia 76ers packed up and left for Las Vegas. After leading 2-1 in Utah, the Sixers looked to keep the ball in Nevada with their opener on Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday, the Sixers faced the Toronto Raptors. During the first half, Philadelphia had a three-point lead. However, they couldn’t keep the momentum on their side in the second half of the game.
After being outscored 30-26 in the third quarter, the 76ers trailed by one point going into the final quarter. From then on, the Raptors rallied for a 26-7 run in the fourth quarter. After wrapping up their first game in Las Vegas of the summer, the Sixers floundered in Toronto and suffered a 97-77 loss.
Now, the 76ers will be looking to bounce back on Sunday afternoon. This time around, the 76ers will face the Brooklyn Nets. Planning to tune in to watch the Nets and Sixers square off on Sunday? Here’s everything you need to know!
Philadelphia 76ers vs. Brooklyn Nets
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Date: Sunday July 10, 2022
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET.
How to watch
TV broadcast: NBA Television
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