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Philadelphia 76ers head coach Brett Brown cheers his team on in the second quarter against the Toronto Raptors. The 76ers went on to defeat the Raptors 116-95, taking a 2-1 lead in the best of 7.
Check out these 5 selected images from game 3 of the second round of the NBA PLAYOFFS won by the 76ers 116-95. 76ers star center, JOEL EMBIID, scored 33 points while JIMMY BUTLER scored 22 points. Unfortunately, the 76ers dropped games 4 and 5 and now trail the series 3-2 and play game 6 on Thursday May 9th
The Philadelphia 76ers carried the momentum from their Game 2 win against the Toronto Raptors back to Philadelphia, where they put on an absolute clinic on both ends of the court to take Game 3 on Thursday, 116-95.
The story of the game was Joel Embiid, who put up a monster stat line of 33 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks in the win to lead six 76ers in double-figures. The Raptors received strong games from Kawhi Leonard (33 points) and Pascal Siakam (20 points), but the game was never really close after the second quarter as the Sixers pulled off the wire-to-wire win.
Philly now leads the series 2-1, with Game 4 set for Sunday afternoon.
Philadelphia 76ers head coach, Brett Brown, flashes a victory sign as the Philadelphia 76ers defeat the Boston Celtics 103-92 in game 4 of round 2 of the NBA playoffs. With the 76ers now trailing 3 games to1, they head back to Boston for game 5.
Uploaded here are four really outstanding images from tonight’s NBA playoff game 4, won by the 76ers 103-92. 76ers head coach, BRETT BROWN, needed a victory badly, trailing the Celtic 3-0. 76ers forward, DARIO SARIC, scored 25 points while center, JOEL EMBIID, scored 15 points with 13 rebounds. The 76ers now return to Boston trailing the Celtics 3-1.
With their backs against the wall facing a 3-0 deficit, the Philadelphia 76ers lived to fight another day.
The young Sixers took advantage of 15 Celtics turnovers compared to just eight miscues of their own en route to an 103-92 win in Monday's Game 4 in Philadelphia.
Feeding off the energy of point guard T.J. McConnell, whose hustle and toughness earned him his first career playoff start, the 76ers took a 47-43 halftime lead and turned it to 86-68 early in the fourth after back-to-back McConnell layups.
That elicited chants from the home crowd for McConnell, who finished with a career-high 19 points to go along with seven rebounds and five assists in 39 minutes. He was averaging under 10 minutes per playoff game coming into Monday.
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