Sixers vs. Knicks game preview: Lineups, how to watch, broadcast info


The Philadelphia 76ers will continue their road trip on Sunday with a visit to the New York Knicks, and if you're wondering how you can watch all the action live, you've come to the right place. The Sixers will be looking to build off their eight-game winning streak on the road and continue to grow as a team.

The Sixers have been red hot since early December as they have won 22 of their last 27 games. Philadelphia will be looking to eventually overcome the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference standings with the All-Star break right around the corner. The Knicks have been an up-and-down team, but they are tough-minded and will give the Sixers a challenge at home.

Here's when and where you should tune in to see the matchup:

How to watch

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 5

  • Time: 6 p.m. EST

  • Location: Madison Square Garden Manhattan, NY

  • Channel: ESPN, NBC Sports Philadelphia

Sixers at Knicks notable injuries

Sixers: QUESTIONABLE: Joel Embiid (left foot soreness)


Probable starting lineups

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Guard - James Harden

  • Guard - De'Anthony Melton

  • Forward - Tobias Harris

  • Forward - PJ Tucker

  • Center - Joel Embiid

New York Knicks

  • Guard - Jalen Brunson

  • Guard - Quentin Grimes

  • Forward - RJ Barrett

  • Forward - Julius Randle

  • Center - Jericho Sims

Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire


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