The Philadelphia 76ers host the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Jan. 12, at the Wells Fargo Center, looking to stretch their winning run to three games.

The Sixers are coming off back-to-back wins over the Detroit Pistons (123-111 and 147-116) and are looking good heading into Thursday’s matchup.

In their last game, Philly got 36 points and 11 rebounds from Joel Embiid while James Harden helped out with a triple-double performance of 16 points, 15 assists and 12 rebounds.

The 76ers are averaging 113.7 points per game and shooting 48% from the field.

On the defensive side, they are giving up 109.4 points per game and 46.5% field goal shooting. They hold a defensive rating of 109.8 which is fourth in the league.

The Thunder on the other hand is coming off a loss to the Miami Heat, 111-112, with Jimmy Butler hitting the marginal point via free throw off a three-point play with 12.9 seconds left in the game.

OKC was led by Shai Gilgeous-Alexander with 26 points, four rebounds and four assists. Josh Giddey had a triple-double performance of his own, finishing with 18 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists in 32 minutes of action.

The Thunder is averaging 116.3 points per game and shooting 46.4% from the field.

Defensively, OKC is giving up 116.6 points per game and allowing the opposition 46.6% shooting from the field. They hold a defensive rating of 112.2, 11th in the league.

The Thunder will be without Jeremiah Robinson in their match against the Sixers on Thursday.

The 76ers are -9 spread favorites over the Thunder who are at +9. The Moneyline is -447 for Philadelphia and +348 for Oklahoma City.

The Sixers play host to the Thunder on Thursday at the Wells Fargo Center with tip-off set for 7:00 p.m. E.T. The game will be televised via BSOK and NBCS-PH with live streaming available thru fuboTV.

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