The franchise wins the playoff series 3-0 and if they win tonight they will get their first sweep since 1991.
Philadelphia 76ers visitará a Washington Wizards tonight from 20 in Argentina for the fourth game of the NBA playoffs and the franchise will have a chance to break a historic record. It is that for now he wins 3-0 and if he remains with the victory he will sweep a rival for the first time since 1991.
The last times Philadelphia 76ers swept an opponent in the Playoffs
The Sixers advanced to this instance as the best team in the Eastern Conference during the Regular Phase as they reached a 49-23 record and could become the second to make a sweep after the Milwaukee Bucks do the same against the Miami Heat.
However, regardless of what it means for the current season, if they achieve the objective Philadelphia will get its first sweep in 30 years because the last time was in the 90/91 season when they eliminated the Bucks 3-0. In turn, the other great sweep remembered is that of the title achieved in 1983 with a brilliant 4-0 against the Los Angeles Lakers in the definitionThose victories against Milwaukee are the 76ers’ last two sweeps thus far.
Joel Embiid, Philadelphia’s key against the Wizards
The 27-year-old Cameroonian comes from being the great figure of his team in the last game that was a victory by 132-103 and in which the pivot he dispatched with 36 points (his career high in the Playoffs), 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 assists, 1 cap, a 14-18 from the court and a 3-4 on triples in just 27 minutes and 54 seconds of play. Can he lead the Sixers to make history?
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