By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
His house caught fire. We do not have much more information than what has been provided.
“Sixers team official just confirmed to me that Tyrese Maxey’s house caught fire,” PhillyVoice.com’s Sixers reporter Kyle Neubeck wrote on Twitter. “I’m told he and his family, who are in town are okay (which is the important part!). Extent of the damage [is] not clear.”
6ABC.com is reporting that the house caught fire in Voorhees, New Jersey. There were no injuries, the report said.
The TV station said the fire began around 7 pm tonight. It is a multi-alarm fire. At this time, it is not clear how the fire started. It is under investigation.
After Christmas, Maxey and his teammates will be on the road for three games. The first game will be against the Washington Wizards on Sunday, December 26th at 6 pm.
The 76ers are then on the road against the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday, December 28th before closing out the road trip on Thursday, December 30th against the Brooklyn Nets.
The 21-year-old, who was born in Dallas, Texas, has been with the 76ers since the 2020 season. He was the team’s 21st overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.
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