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9-7, 2nd in Atlantic

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimmy Butler's Sixers debut Wednesday against the Orlando Magic was the highest-rated regular season game on NBC Sports Philadelphia since 2001, according to the network.

Pippen: 76ers are team to beat in East (1:02)
Stephen A.: Sixers still need perimeter help (0:51)
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Wolves owner: Wasted time persuading Butler

Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor opened up about Jimmy Butler's trade to the 76ers, saying the saga overshadowed the start of the season and led to a "negative environment" in Minnesota.

Butler: Once teammates get chemistry 'we're gonna be tough' (0:53)

Magic come back to beat 76ers 111-106 in Butler's debut

Jimmy Butler had 14 points in his Philadelphia debut, but the 76ers collapsed late and lost to Orlando 111-106 after Jonathon Simmons hit a 3-pointer with 8.7 seconds left that helped the Magic finish off a big comeback Wednesday night.

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Butler's 76ers debut spoiled by late Magic rally

Jimmy Butler finished with 14 points in his Sixers debut and showed some signs of chemistry with his new teammates, but Philadelphia coughed up a 16-point fourth-quarter lead and lost at Orlando 111-106.

Butler makes debut in 76ers' loss (1:03)
Isaac comes up with epic block on Embiid (0:27)
Embiid feeds Butler for two (0:22)
Butler lays in first bucket as a 76er (0:17)
Butler arrives for first game with 76ers (0:17)
Is Butler enough for Sixers to claim a ring? (0:54)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Brett Brown, when asked if he wondered if this point would ever get here at times during his tenure in Philadelphia: "Of course."

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Brett Brown calls Jimmy Butler's debut tonight the culmination of a "fantastic journey" for the organization throughout this rebuild

Mo Bamba, Joel Embiid have unique friendship (1:33)

Max Kellerman

Zach talks to ESPN's Max Kellerman about the Warriors drama, Jimmy Butler, the Raptors, the power structure in the East, and much more.

Butler: 'All I want to do is compete and help my team win' (0:23)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Brett Brown: "I'm at the team dinner last night, and I look two tables over and see Jimmy sitting between Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. ... That's a different sight."

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

As we came into the gym after Sixers shootaround, five players were running through sets: Ben Simmons, JJ Redick, Jimmy Butler, Wilson Chandler and Joel Embiid. That should be the new starting five.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting Twitter post from Sixers guard Markelle Fultz. Fultz originally posted this last year and just re-tweeted it:

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.310th
Rebounds Per Game48.83rd
Assists Per Game26.54th
Points Allowed112.823rd

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