'Emotional' win shows Nets can hang with 76ers

NBA playoffs Nets and Magic stun high-seeds 76ers and Raptors

NBA playoffs Nets and Magic stun high-seeds 76ers and Raptors

"Yes, I'm emotional about it, happy about it, but just got to put that in a little closet or little drawer until after the season". They are led in scoring by Jimmy Butler with 36 ppg, adding 9 boards per game. The Philadelphia 76ers are -7.5 and the total for this game is listed at 225 on Monday. "I'm sure he'll bounce back and play a little better in the next game".

Because of the lingering left knee tendinitis that kept Embiid out of 14 of the final 24 regular-season games, it was unknown if he would play before the opening tip-off. Dr. David J Chao, who has gained notoriety for diagnosing National Football League injuries in real time on his Twitter account, believes that Embiid's injury is a long-term issue.

In this post we'll focus on the No.3 seeded Sixers, who dropped the series opener to the No.6 seeded Nets 111-102 and, obviously, in so doing, they failed to cover as the closing -7.5 home faves. In 25 minutes off the bench, handling a lot more minutes than he expected to, Davis finished with 12 points and 16 rebounds, playing some huge defense.

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For the Nuggets, Jamal Murray's 20 points were not enough, while Nikola Jokic produced a triple-double with 10 points, 14 rebounds, and 14 assists. While Curry remains a key player in this series, the biggest and most obvious headache for Doc Rivers and the Clippers has got to be how they will defend Kevin Durant. Kawhi Leonard tried to answer and force the game into overtime but his long three pointer hit nothing but air. "Earlier in the season we just wouldn't have the composure to close a game like that out".

Day 3 of the 2019 NBA Playoffs consists of a pair of Game 2s, beginning with the Nets in Philadelphia. Led by point guard D'Angelo Russell who had 26 points, the Nets connected on 11 of their 26 shots from three point range. The Nets also got big performances from Dinwiddie (18 points) and Caris LeVert (23 points) off the bench.

However, one of the most important players on Brooklyn's bench was power forward and center Ed Davis, a veteran journeyman who continues to churn out productive outings for his fifth National Basketball Association team. Meanwhile, Tobias Harris had just four points. The favoured exact result is 76ers in seven games at +230. The Clippers found some success running the pick-and-roll with Williams and Harrell, specifically when DeMarcus Cousins was in the game, so they may look to get back to that more in Game 2.

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