Sixers Bell Ringer: Sixers’ early lead proves just enough in razor-thin win over Clippers

LA Clippers v Philadelphia 76ers

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Sixers Bell Ringer Season Ranking:

Joel Embiid – 20
Tobias Harris – 13 years old
Ben Simmons – 7
Shake Milton – 5
Matisse Thybulle – 2
Danny Green – 2
Tyrese Maxey – 2
Furkan Korkmaz – 2
Dakota Mathias – 1
Tony Bradley – 1

Seeking to extend their four-game winning streak, the Sixers jumped all over Los Angeles from the opening point, climbing to a 20-3 lead by hitting all the shots in sight and displaying level-level intensity. elimination on the defensive side. However, led by their hyper-efficient 3-point shot (19 of 39) and the overall brilliance of Paul George (37 points), the Clippers reduced the Sixers’ lead and finally passed them midway through the fourth quarter. Down 94-92 just minutes from time, the Sixers pulled off a 7-0 run to regain control (at least we thought). Thanks to other big shots from Los Angeles, Philadelphia still needed to survive a stray 3-point attempt by Marcus Morris in the dying seconds to preserve the 106-103 victory. The Sixers are certainly the perfect art of endgame sweat. Who do you have for Bell Ringer?

Joel Embiid: 36 points, 14 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 2 turnovers

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Another game, more than 36 points for Joel Embiid, his third consecutive performance. The big man was relentless in the Clippers’ frontcourt attack, securing starting center Ivica Zubac in a first-half foul and absolutely crushing Nic Batum-Marcus Morris smallball tandem. In addition to several one-legged fadeaway jumpers, Joel earned numerous walks to the foul line, doing 16 of 18 there that night. His fouling ability was especially crucial for the Sixers’ late-game offense, with Tobias Harris being sidelined. Defensively, Embiid was formidable, protecting himself hard to blast pick-and-rolls and generally coping with any changeover situation. It was an MVP-worthy effort from the center of the stars.

Furkan Korkmaz: 18 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals, 0 turnover

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Substituting Seth Curry in the starting lineup, Furkan more than skillfully filled the role of ground spacer, showcasing his quick decision making by hoisting 12 3s, making five. While 3 points were his main focus, Korkmaz also contributed to an old-fashioned three-point game in the final minute, taking the Sixers’ advantage to six. Whether it rains or hurts, Furkanity is alive and well in Philadelphia.

Ben Simmons: 12 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, 2 blocks, 3 turnovers

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It was Ben who made that daring pass down to Furkan for the big late-game bucket, and Simmons’ other big offensive highlight was a double-spin move for a second quarter face-off – the “720” as Alaa called it. on the show. There’s a reason they’re talking about Simmons for Defensive Player of the Year in post-game coverage, however. With Ben playing the rover role, he flew all over the half court defensive sets. He came away with a huge block from Paul George early to help cap that 20-3 push, and then took a page from Matisse Thybulle’s guide with a “how did he do that” 3 turn block. But of course, Jazz fans, gush on a Goalkeeper Rudy Gobert.

Danny Green: 11 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals, 2 blocks, 0 turnover

LA Clippers v Philadelphia 76ers

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Although Paul George became a supernova in the third quarter, Green accounted for four of the Clippers star’s seven turnovers via steals, and had a formidable blockage from behind to deny him another bucket. It wasn’t his most effective night, but two of Danny’s three 3 facts came in that Sixers’ opening round, which set the tone for the rest of the game. Plus, Green put the finishing touches on the win by making the two free throws to make it a three-point game in the dying seconds.

Tyrese Maxey: 9 points, 1 rebound, 3 assists, 1 turnover

LA Clippers v Philadelphia 76ers

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I wanted to give Maxey some love here for having had his best game in a while. Tyrese converted to a sliding-to-basket drive, pulled out his patented float and confidently knocked over a loooong pull-up 3. With distance shooting being his swing skill, this is a good sign. Continue like this, turn.


Who is the Bell Ringer in the win over the Clippers?

  • 68%

    Joel Embiid

    (309 votes)

  • 18%

    Furkan Korkmaz

    (82 reviews)

  • dix%

    Ben Simmons

    (48 votes)

  • 0%

    Danny Green

    (4 votes)

  • 2%

    Tyrese Maxey

    (11 votes)

454 votes au total

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