Kyle Neubeck

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Kyle Neubeck is a sports reporter for PhillyVoice.com. He has spent the last four years writing about the Sixers and the NBA at-large, predominantly for SB Nation’s Liberty Ballers, in addition to pop culture and music writing for Complex.com. When you’re not reading him here, you’ll probably find him on Twitter posting shoddy Photoshops and yelling about new Netflix shows. Follow him @KyleNeubeck.

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December 15, 2018

Sixers

5 observations from Sixers' nationally-televised loss to the Indiana Pacers

The Sixers' loss to Indy in their most recent matchup on Friday put all their warts on display, showing that not even superstar talent can make up for a pitiful bench.

December 14, 2018

Sixers

Recap: Sixers chat with Kyle Neubeck

Join PhillyVoice's Kyle Neubeck as he takes your questions on all things Sixers.

December 13, 2018

Sixers

Sixers' struggles against Brooklyn Nets reflect big-picture concerns with their roster

I'm not breaking any news when I tell you the Sixers have struggled with the Brooklyn Nets this season. They only split the away games in Brooklyn because Jimmy Butler hit a heroic shot in crunch time in the second meeting, and the 127-124 scoreline on Wednesday night flatters Philadelphia's performance more than it deserves.

December 11, 2018

Sixers

Details on Jimmy Butler's groin injury, which appears to be a minor issue

When Jimmy Butler was ruled out of Monday's game against the Detroit Pistons midway through the second quarter, it was natural to fear the worst. After a Sixers representative gave me a non-update during Tuesday's mid-morning hours, that thought began to crystallize.

December 11, 2018

Sixers

Sixers bench steps up vs. Pistons following injury exit for Jimmy Butler

Any time a player is ruled out of a game before the second quarter is even halfway done, it sends a bad feeling across the gym. The Sixers aren't being especially forthcoming on Jimmy Butler news after a groin strain ended his night on Monday, and it would have been understandable if the Sixers went off the rails against Detroit in his absence.

December 9, 2018

Eagles

First half observations: Cowboys 6, Eagles 0

It looked like the Eagles were going to hit the ground running against Dallas in a pivotal division game, but unfortunately, an outrageous ruling from the officials changed the complexion of the game. With the offense sputtering, the Eagles head into halftime trailing the Cowboys by a score of 6-0.

December 9, 2018

Eagles

Final observations: Cowboys 29, Eagles 23 (OT)

It's hard to find the right words to sum up the latest edition of Eagles vs. Cowboys. Do you start with the officiating that looked like it was paid for by a bunch of cynical mobsters? The battle between two quarterbacks of who could suck less that inexplicably turned into a shootout? Or the unbelivable final play, where Rasul Douglas had good coverage only for a tipped ball to drop into Amari Cooper's hands.

December 8, 2018

Sixers

Sixers mailbag: Can you build a title team around a center in the modern NBA?

The Sixers did not exactly come flying out of the gate to start the season, and we collectively spent more time talking about their blown leads than the wins themselves. Then all of a sudden, you look up and it's December, and the Sixers are 18-9 and right where most people expected them to be.

December 8, 2018

Sixers

Second-half defense powers Sixers to win over Pistons without Joel Embiid

Behind the efforts of Jimmy Butler, Ben Simmons, and a surprising performance from Mike Muscala, the Sixers left Detroit with a 117-111 win and can put the Pistons away in the season series with a win on Monday.

December 7, 2018

Sixers

Joel Embiid will miss Friday's game vs. Detroit for rest, and it's the right call

Joel Embiid will sit out of Friday night's game against the Detroit Pistons in order to get the big man some rest, Brett Brown told reporters on the road during the morning shootaround.

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