This was a solid win with all things considered.
The 76ers defeated the Los Angeles Clippers, 106-103, on a night when key players on both teams were sidelined. Yet, that didn’t take anything away from the excitement, as the Sixers improved to 39-17.
Here are the best and worst awards for Friday night’s game.
Joel Embiid gets this. The Sixers center finished with 36 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. It was his third straight game with 36 or more points. Eight of Embiid’s came in the fourth quarter.
Luke Kennard gets this. The Clippers shooting guard finished a game-worst minus-14 in 18 minutes, 25 seconds. Kennard also had three points on 1-for-3 shooting.
Best defensive performance
This goes to Danny Green. The Sixers small forward had four steals and two blocks to go with his 11 points.
This goes to the Clippers three-point shooting. They made 19 of 39 threes for a 48.7% success rate.
This goes to Los Angeles’ turnovers. They committed 19.