Statistically the Sixers had their best offensive game, and worst defensive one, of the season against the Nets last night.
Embiid's big night; the development of his midrange game; Maxey powers Sixers to fourth quarter run.
Another disappointing effort on defense leads to a 133-114 loss to the Thunder, and more concerns about the team's ability to defend the perimeter.
A brilliant performance from Zach LaVine, a clunker of a shooting night from James Harden and a bunch of defensive miscues end the Sixers' home winning streak at 11.
Miscues down the stretch, a poor effort on the defensive glass and cross-eyed shooting end the Sixers' winning streak at 8.
Joel Embiid and James Harden played better than they ever have together as the Sixers extended their winning streak to seven games.
Sixers dismantle Kings behind Joel Embiid's dominance, excellent ball movement and good team defense in one of their best wins of the season.
Sixers got out-worked by a young Houston Rockets squad to drop their third straight, this one a 132-123 double overtime "thriller".
Sixers fall to Cavs 115-83; Cleveland scores 44 in record-setting second quarter as Cavs torch the Sixers from beyond the 3-point line, in transition, and at the rim. But other than that...