Nets vs Sixers Thursday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets (33-33) will take on Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers (40-24) in one of the two games involved in the Thursday NBA slate.

Much of the attention will be placed on Ben Simmons sitting on the bench until the start of the game actually occurs. But, again, there’s an actual basketball game that will be played.

Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant will look to do what they can to continue to carry this Nets team as they have the opportunity to play together with it being a road game.

There’s been a prior rivalry between Andre Drummond and Joel Embiid, both players will face off directly in a matchup that could potentially be a playoff series eventually.

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Perhaps most intriguing of all will be James Harden facing off against his former team after forcing his way out of town. He’s been thriving with the Sixers and will have a chance to show why he made the move.

How to Watch Brooklyn Nets vs Philadephia 76ers

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers:

Date: Thursday, March 10

Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

Location: Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

TV Channel: TNT

Injury Report for Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers

Brooklyn Nets Injury Report: LaMarcus Aldridge – out (right hip impingement), Joe Harris – out (left ankle surgery), Ben Simmons – out (return to competition reconditioning/back soreness)

Philadelphia 76ers Injury Report: Danny Green – out (left middle finger laceration)

Projected Starting Lineups for Brooklyn Nets vs Philadelphia 76ers

Brooklyn Nets Projected Starting Lineup: G Kyrie Irving, G Seth Curry, F Bruce Brown, F Kevin Durant, C Andre Drummond

Philadelphia 76ers Projected Starting Lineup: G Tyrese Maxey, G James Harden, F Matisse Thybulle, F Tobias Harris, C Joel Embiid

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