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Tyrese Maxey's New Jersey House Reportedly Caught Fire

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Tyrese Maxey has had a great year for the Philadelphia 76ers thus far. He has become the new starting point guard for the Philadelphia 76ers and has had a bit of a breakout season, averaging 17.0 PPG, 3.4 RPG, and 4.6 APG. 

It is clear that things are going well for Tyrese Maxey on an individual level on the court. He has filled in perfectly for the 76ers while Ben Simmons has remained away from the team after seeking a trade.

Unfortunately, it seems as though Tyrese Maxey's great year has recently been tarnished by an upsetting occurrence. It has recently been reported in an article by CBS3 Philadelphia that Tyrese Maxey's house in Voorhees, New Jersey caught on fire today. It is particularly regrettable that this happened on Christmas Eve, a time when everybody should be celebrating. The good news is, no one suffered any injuries in the fire.

The home of Philadelphia 76ers guard Tyrese Maxey caught fire on Christmas Eve, a team official told Eyewitness News.

It happened around 7 p.m. in the first block of Fairway Drive in Voorhees, New Jersey.

No one was injured in the fire, the team official said.

The Sixers say they’re working closely with Maxey and his family to make sure they have the support they need.

There’s no word on the cause of the fire at this time.

What's also great is that Tyrese Maxey will be able to get the help that he and his family need for this situation. The 76ers are obviously willing to help out and get Maxey's family "the support they need". The priority right now is obviously Maxey and the family's well-being.

We'll see if there is a statement from Tyrese Maxey regarding this matter in the future. No one should have such a disaster happen during the holidays, and hopefully, Tyrese Maxey is still able to somewhat enjoy the festive times, no matter how hard it may be.