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NBA Odds: Nets-Sixers on ESPN

The Philadelphia 76ers (36-17 SU, 29-2-2 ATS) and Brooklyn Nets (36-17 SU, 25-28 ATS) finished the weekend tied atop the Eastern Conference standings. They’ll meet at Wells Fargo Center this Wednesday, tipping off at 7 PM ET on ESPN. Each team has beaten the other SU and ATS this year at home, but their starting rotations will have a much different look for the rubber match.

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Not only have injuries kept both teams from fielding their strongest lineups, they’ve also added significant reinforcements via trades and the buyout market. If they can stay healthy, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are both available for Brooklyn, and they’ve got two more veterans to call on in Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge. Unfortunately for Nets fans, James Harden was diagnosed with a strained right hamstring last week and will probably miss this game.

The 76ers have Joel Embiid back in uniform, but they’ll otherwise be short-handed Wednesday night. George Hill (thumb), their primary deadline acquisition, has yet to make his Sixers debut, and both Danny Green (hip) and Tobias Harris (knee) are listed as day-to-day. Harris could be available after sitting out Saturday versus Oklahoma City, the second of back-to-back games for Philly.

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