Joel Embiid put together another big performance to push the Philadelphia 76ers to a 110-102 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Sixers (21-20) host the Bucks (23-21) without Giannis Antetokounmpo and Malcolm Brogdon.
The Sixers visit the Bucks on Monday night looking to get back on track after a Sunday loss in Oklahoma City.
The sixth place Sixers, winners of nine of their last 11, kick-off a four-game road trip on Sunday against the seventh seeded Bucks, who have lost four in a row.
The Philadelphia 76ers fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 118-116 in what could potentially serve as a playoff series preview. Here are three observations from the loss:
Georges Niang played a key role in the Sixers’ 123-120 win over the Bucks. He has been an underrated addition to the team’s roster this season.
The Philadelphia 76ers defeated the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks 123-120. Here are three observations from the win:
Three of our 76ers writers chose their three most intriguing games in the 76ers’ upcoming 2019-20 schedule.
Behind Furkan Korkmaz’s 19 points and clutch performance, the Sixers defeat Milwaukee and advance to the quarterfinals.
The Sixers blew two 19+ point leads tonight in Milwaukee, turning the ball over 26 times en route to an eight-point loss on the road.
#GiannisToPhilly? Joel Embiid seems to have set his sights on his team acquiring the Greek Freak.
The Sixers (22-20) are winners of three straight, including eight of their last 10 games, in a blowout win over the Bucks.