Sixers Bell Ringer Season Ranking:
Joël Embiid – 24 years old
Tobias Harris – 13 years old
Ben Simmons – 10
Shake Milton – 6
Tyrese Maxey – 3
Matisse Thybulle – 2
Danny Green – 2
Furkan Korkmaz – 2
Dakota Mathias – 1
Tony Bradley – 1
With Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic out for Chicago, the Sixers appeared to be on course for an easy win on Monday night. Philadelphia led by 20 points heading into the fourth quarter, until the Sixers bench unit allowed a 24-5 Bulls run in five minutes, ending hopes that the starters would get extra rest in the second night of a return. return. Fortunately, the top dogs got the team out of the slippage, ending the game with an 18-7 push to win the Sixers’ fifth straight for the Sixers, 106-94. Philadelphia is now hosting a full game against Brooklyn, plus the tiebreaker. On the way to Bell Ringer.
Tobias Harris: 21 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 3 turnovers
Tobias was the Sixers’ leading scorer in Chicago, shooting a brilliant 10 of 13 from the field. He made a handful of semi-contested transitional finishes that were much more difficult than Harris made them, while still retaining his mid-range jumpers. The last such turnaround was a high difficulty level in the corridor over Daniel Theis with just over two minutes left in the game to stretch the lead to nine points. It was the arena outside, but I’m pretty sure they played some heavy metal music to herald the arrival of the closest; Harris had a perfect 3 of 3 in the fourth quarter.
Seth Curry: 20 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 1 turnover
Seth picked up where he left off in San Antonio, scoring 11 points in the first quarter, the third time in his last four games with a brace in the opening period. Even if he would finish the game 3 of 5 behind the arc, it was not fair hitting 3s for the younger Curry, however. Seth emptied the pull-ups in the midrange, attacked the dribble basket and threw a verrrrrry Slick alley-oop at Ben Simmons with a devious spoon in the paint. The night Steph Curry dropped 41 points (but still racked up fewer Marvel Hero Points than teammate Draymond Green), Seth also had a terrific game.
Ben Simmons: 15 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, 2 turnovers
Nothing too crazy on the offensive end for Simmons, who shot 6 of 7 from the ground, all coming right to the edge with dunks, lay-ups or a little hook shot. More importantly, when the Sixers suddenly got into an aerial fight midway through the fourth quarter, it was Ben’s work on the defensive that helped them pull out for good as much as anything. He swallowed Coby White, who had been red earlier in the period to bring the Bulls’ big charge back into the game. Doc Rivers said after the game that there was no better defenseman in this league. Difficult to argue with him.
Danny Green: 14 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals, 0 turnovers
Now, Danny’s image is being used as the basketball encyclopedia entry for the ‘3-and-D’ wing, so it’s no surprise to see him come away with a whopping four three-pointers and four. interceptions. As usual for Green, all of his triples came from the wedges, with two courtesy of his patented move out of the base cut. Meanwhile, his final steal came with the teams separated by just five points in the fourth quarter, as Green followed his man and deflected Denzel Valentine’s pass into the lane. Just another consummate professional game from the veteran.
Matisse Thybulle: 8 points, 1 steal, 3 blocks, 2 turnovers
Matisse looks more confident every day. When the Sixers had the ball, Thybulle made a pair of 3s and threw another slam on a basic workout. While this stuff is obviously important for Matisse’s development, the real fireworks came on the defensive side, as usual. Thybulle has removed his teleportation number for a number of disruptive games, but that blocking and stealing on the same possession felt quite original. NBA. All-defensive. Team.
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