• Scary Joel Embiid injury could have been a lot worse for 76ers

    Scary Joel Embiid injury could have been a lot worse for 76ers

    Perhaps you heard the sigh of relief from 76ers fans, for Joel Embiid did not suffer structural damage to the ACL or meniscus after crashing to the floor Friday night, an MRI revealed. Embiid
  • Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons ruled out for NBA All-Star Game after barber’s COVID-19 test

    Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons ruled out for NBA All-Star Game after barber’s COVID-19 test

    The NBA ruled Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons ineligible to play in the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday night due to exposure to an individual who recently tested positive for COVID-19. The two Philadelphia
  • LeBron James, athletes rejoice as Biden becomes president-elect

    LeBron James, athletes rejoice as Biden becomes president-elect

    After multiple outlets called game on the 2020 presidential election, some of the NBA’s biggest stars wasted no time in getting the celebration started. LeBron James, who is behind the voting
  • Knicks eyeing ‘relentless’ Isaac Okoro as NBA Draft option

    Knicks eyeing ‘relentless’ Isaac Okoro as NBA Draft option

    He’s not a scoring point guard, he’s not even a good shooter. But he’s got a reputation for being a winner and defender — and that might be what the moribund Knicks need with their No. 8 draft pick. According to an NBA source, Auburn’s 6-foot-6 small forward Isaac Okoro has support among Knicks brass …
  • Joel Embiid’s 76ers future suddenly in question after dreadful sweep

    Joel Embiid’s 76ers future suddenly in question after dreadful sweep

    The 76ers seem all but assured of having to find a new coach soon, but their future beyond that remains very much cloudy. That includes center Joel Embiid, the face of “The Process,” which is still searching for real postseason results after the 76ers suffered a first-round sweep Sunday at the hands of the Celtics. …
  • Knicks mailbag: Superstar possibilities endless under Leon Rose

    Knicks mailbag: Superstar possibilities endless under Leon Rose

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Knicks. How can Leon Rose do what Steve Mills and others before him couldn’t do? No elite players want …