The Philadelphia 76ers were again understaffed Friday night when they faced a new matchup with missing Chicago Bulls star Ben Simmons, stomach ailment and they were still missing Shake Milton The important thing is that they still have Joel Embiid

The big guy reached a career height of 50 points and 17 rebounds, handing out five assists to lead the Sixers to a 112-105 win over the Bulls at home, Embiid was great all night as long as he made sure that Philadelphia did not lose this

Tobias Harris was solid again and scored 22 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists Danny Green made a few clutch games when he finished with 13 points and five assists. Dwight Howard also managed eight points and ten rebounds off the bench at

Embiid would most likely have another big game anyway because he’s just that dominant, but he had to work early in that game because he was hit by Bull’s big man Wendell Carter Jr Chicago went to him early and often and he went straight to Embiid from the start of the game and scored Chicago’s first eight points That seemed to bother the Philadelphia star

He’s got Carter Jr All his frustration taken when he walked right back to him and scored 14 points in the first quarter. He made the tall man from Duke look so small that he used his strength to bully his way to the edge. There was a game in which Embiid posted it on the 3-point line and then put it in the basket for an and-1. There was another piece where Embiid went coast to coast, took a euro step in color, and converted an and-1 He had 25 points and eight rebounds in half, then played every game imaginable on the track to help the Sixers win

Harris took another step to cement his all-star resume without Simmons, the Sixers needed someone to replace all the little things he brings to the table Harris was solid on the defensive end of the floor, he was great on the glass, he did a solid job of giving his teammates the ball as he continued to play a more forward-looking role and his third quarter goal was important The team really needed someone to score outside of the big guy / p>

The banking unit continues to struggle a little while the cops have been eating them in this case, Dwight Howard delivered good minutes, but Furkan Korkmaz remains in a cold spell, stepping in on Friday night, shooting just 233% from the bottom of his last eight Games and he struggled in this one too, missed the only triple he tried and he also made two turnovers.He has to start again for the Philadelphia Bank to succeed because he’s still not the best defender

As for Tyrese Maxey, it’s good to see he continues to come back to the brink in a number of games where he seemed too passive and pulled up long 2s instead of aggressively getting to the edge of the problem there is that he didn’t finish very well.There were a few times when he probably should have been on the foul line, but that’s neither here nor there. The point is, he was aggressive again and eventually needs to land more efficiently on the basket

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