Joel Embiid and the red-hot Sixers won again Wednesday night, taking down the Toronto Raptors, 94-89, in front of a packed Wells Fargo Center. Even former Eagles running back LeSean McCoy showed up to see the Sixers nab their seventh victory in nine games.

Embiid, who was questionable with the flu, once again surpassed 20 points in less than 30 minutes and led the crowd in a "trust the process" chant between foul shots with just 20 seconds left in the game.

But it was Dario Saric who was the real star of social media last night. The Sixers rookie has been a welcome addition to the team, but his accolades have been largely overshadowed by Embiid's dominating presence. Daric quietly scored 17 points and pulled down nine rebounds Monday night against the Bucks, and for the season he's averaging nearly 10 points and 6 rebounds, despite averaging only 24 minutes of playing time.

But late in the third period, he needed some encouragement from Sixers head coach Brett Brown to get going. Brown was caught on a live microphone yelling at Saric to "f— move!"

It worked. Minutes later, a fired-up Saric blocked not one, but two shots back to back. As Keith Pompey notes in his Best/Worst post, one was an impressive denial of Jared Sullinger's dunk attempt.

"If Joel Embiid weren't in the league, you'd have to talk about [Saric] in consideration for Rookie of the Year," Brown said in his postgame comments, according to Philly Mag's Derek Bodner.

During the offseason, many questioned if Saric would actually leave his Turkish basketball team and take a paycut to play for the Sixers this season. Not one to miss a social media opportunity, Embiid took to Twitter to troll the naysayers who were pessimistic about Saric and the Sixers' overall chances this season: