1st in Atlantic Division
- Overall Record
- ATS Record
- Games out of playoffs
76ers InjuriesAll NBA Injuries
There are no injuries for this team currently.
76ers 2021 Schedule
|Jun 21st||ATL||L 103-96||-6.5 L||U 216||ATL -275|
|Jun 18th||@ATL||W 104-99||-3 W||U 223||PHI -152|
|Jun 16th||ATL||L 109-106||-7.5 L||U 224.5||ATL -310|
|Jun 14th||@ATL||L 100-103||-2.5 L||U 226.5||ATL -145|
|Jun 11th||@ATL||W 127-111||-1.5 W||O 224.5||PHI -130|
|Jun 8th||ATL||W 102-118||-6.5 W||U 225.5||PHI -270|
|Jun 6th||ATL||L 128-124||-4.5 L||O 219.5||ATL -197|
|Jun 2nd||WAS||W 112-129||-6 W||O 229.5||PHI -240|
Philadelphia 76ers Player Stats
In their first season under Doc Rivers, the Philadelphia 76ers made a meaningful step forward on the court and the odds boards. The Sixers were the sixth-most profitable team to wager on in the regular season on both the moneyline and point spread. Headlined by Joel Embiid’s MVP-caliber season, Philadelphia’s deep playoff run has fans itching for more and bettors eyeing the 76ers' title chances. See all of the 76ers odds, as well their win total, championship odds, and much more.
Philadelphia 76ers Point Spreads
One of the most basic bets in basketball is made on the point spread: Simply put, the point spread is a margin of victory the favored team must win by for them to cover the spread. The 76ers were up to the task during the 2020-21 season, covering the spread at a 55% clip and netting bettors three units.
Here’s a brief example of a point spread for a hypothetical 76ers game:
- Brooklyn Nets (+3.5)
- Philadelphia 76ers (-3.5)
As shown above, the 76ers are favored by 3.5 points home against the Brooklyn Nets; the minus sign (-) indicates Philadelphia is the favorite, while a plus sign (+) is used to denote the underdog. Bettors who wanted to back Philadelphia here would be “laying” those 3.5 points, meaning for their bets to cash the Sixers would need to win by four points or more. Bettors who selected the Nets +3.5 would win if Brooklyn won outright or kept a loss to three or fewer points.
Philadelphia 76ers Moneylines
Many first time bettors are wary of point spread bets, especially when riding with the hometown team. In that case, moneyline wagers are often seen as the safer way to go. A moneyline bet is a bet on who wins the game -- no point spread involved. The Sixers won 49 games in the shortened season on their way to the 2-seed in the Eastern Conference, netting bettors 8.55 units on the moneyline.
Let’s use the same example from before to understand the moneyline better:
- Brooklyn Nets +150
- Philadelphia 76ers -180
Just as with point spreads, the minus sign (-) signifies a team is favored, while the plus sign (+) means a team is the underdog. The moneyline odds, written in American odds format here, indicate how big or small a favorite that team is, written in increments of $100. For example, to win $100 on the 76ers, a bettor would need to risk $180. On the flip side, a $100 bet on the visiting Nets would net $150 if Brooklyn pulled the upset. Odds can differ from sportsbook to sportsbook, so always make sure you shop for the best line with The Action Network app.
Philadelphia 76ers Over/Unders
Betting on a team to win or cover a point spread isn’t the only type of wager allowed on 76ers games. Almost all sportsbooks will offer a total on the game, also known as an over/under. This bet is not on the winner of the contest, but on the number of points the two teams will combine to score; sportsbooks hang a number, and bettors can wager either over or under that total.
If the number for our hypothetical Nets-76ers matchup was 221 points, over bettors would require 222 points or more to cash their tickets, while those who bet the under would need 220 or fewer points. If the two teams scored exactly 221 points between them, that bet would push and all wagers would be refunded.
Philadelphia 76ers Props
Some bettors find more entertainment and success betting on more specific outcomes than the result of the game. Prop bets cover a wide market of wagers on player stats, discrete in-game events, and any style of yes/no question. Many props are bets on specific players and their performance, such as betting Joel Embiid over 11.5 rebounds on a given night, or betting that Ben Simmons will record a triple-double. Some props can be shorter term, such as betting on the number of 3-pointers made in the first quarter or who will score the first basket. Offerings tend to vary depending on the sportsbook, so use our sportsbook reviews to find the best bet for you.
Not all wagers are settled when the clock strikes 0:00, and futures are bets on events that extend past the final whistle and won’t resolve until some time in the future (hence the name!). Futures bets can have higher odds and therefore larger payouts, since determining events weeks or months ahead of time is more difficult than betting on the outcome of a single game. Wagers on the 76ers to win their division or conference would be one example of a futures bet, as would betting on the Sixers to go over or under a season win total. Future bets can also be made on individual players, such as betting on Joel Embiid to win NBA MVP.