The sixers beat the Brooklyn Nets 115-106
Ben Simmons returned to Philadelphia, taking on the 76ers interestingly since being exchanged to Brooklyn; however, he could not succeed on his old home court as the Sixers( Philadelphia 76ers) secured a 115-106 triumph in south Philly.
SIXERS WIN!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/MNm473L00k— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) November 23, 2022
The Sixers had to play without the star trio.
The Philadelphia 76ers started another week on Tuesday night. Tragically, their significant competition game against the Brooklyn Nets would not have as much squeeze as it did initially, considering that a few key Sixers were missing the matchup because of injury.
James Harden, the former Brooklyn Nets guard, missed the matchup weeks prior, as he experienced a ligament strain last month. He stayed out of Tuesday night’s match, although the Sixers’ clinical staff gave him a multi-week timeline before his return.
Tyrese Maxey was the following key starter for the Sixers, but as of late experienced a physical issue. During the match against the Milwaukee Bucks last Friday, Maxey landed clumsily, which made him break his foot. Subsequently, Maxey was compelled to sit out for half a month too.
Then, at that point, came the injury to Joel Embiid. During the matchup against the Minnesota Timberwolves last Saturday, Embiid experienced a foot injury. While his difficulty did not appear sufficiently serious about taking him off the floor for quite a long time, Embiid also missed Tuesday’s matchup against the Nets, putting the matchup between Ben Simmons and himself off until a later date.
The Match Highlights
The Philadelphia 76ers set out to utilize their profundity, with five players scoring in twofold figures driven by 24 points from Tobias Harris, 18 out of 24 points came in the second half.
Kyrie Irving drove the Nets with 23 points. Kevin Durant contributed 20 points, while Simmons got done with 11 points, seven rebounds, 11 assists, and steals. But the Nets tumble to 8-10 on the season, while the 76ers improve to 9-8. Simmons made two free throws in the match.
Ben Simmons parting gift to Philly!— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) November 23, 2022
Every Sixers fan tonight gets Chick-fil-A nuggets tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/bfaCR6HTIj
In the wake of the following by eight early points, the Sixers made something happen to take a noteworthy lead into the first break.
Georges Niang gave the Philadelphia 76ers a 29-24 lead by drilling the triple. That 3-point shooting has an effect in the first quarter; 5-of-7 from deep.
The Nets focused on beginning the game, shooting 80% from the floor (8-of-10). The score tied at 18 each. Joe Harris and Seth Curry looked for Brooklyn.
Ben Simmons got to the free toss line and thumped down both as the group allowed him to hear it.
A quick beginning for the Brooklyn Nets as they race out to a 10-2 lead right on time, with Nic Claxton devouring at the edge with six fast points.
Tobias Harris scored a team-high 24 points, six rebounds, and three assists and secured the win for the Sixers.
24 PTS | 6 REB | 3 AST— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) November 23, 2022
tobias (clutch) harris.
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De’Anthony Melton( SG) scored 22 points, four assists, and four rebounds, while Paul Reed contributed 19 points for the 76ers. Shake Milton(PG) and Georges Ninang scored 16 points each.
Brooklyn Nets star kyrie Irving led his team with 23 points, two rebounds, and two assists. Former Philly star Ben Simmons contributed 11 points, seven rebounds, and 11 assists, while Net’s celebrated player Kevin Durant scored 20 points, five rebounds, and five assists. Nets’ captain, Nic Claxton, scored 12 points, and Seth Curry contributed 14 points, two rebounds, and two assists.
Field Goals: 43/99, 43.4%
3-Pointers: 16/32, 50%
Free Throws: 13/16, 81.3%
Total Rebounds: 49
Offensive Rebounds: 20
Points in the Paints: 42
Field Goals: 44/80, 55%
3-Pointers: 9/28, 32.1%
Free Throws: 9/13, 69.2%
Total Rebounds: 35
Offensive Rebounds: 4
Points in the Paints: 56