The Philadelphia 76ers are headed home.
After a hard-fought playoff series against the Orlando Magic, the 76ers have been eliminated from the NBA playoffs.
They’re expected to take a break from the season.
While most of the players will be home, the Sixers will have to play a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers are in their final year of a $1.6 billion deal with Adidas.
They are expected to be a big loser.
While LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Paul are all set to return, the team’s star players won’t be able to play in Cleveland.
“We’re still hopeful that we can get some of those guys back in there,” 76ers owner Josh Harris said.
“The main thing is getting the right pieces back in the lineup.”
The Sixers are expected have some players available for the Cleveland game.
But there will be a bit of a wait as they try to find out if they’ll be able get a win on home court.