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NBA: Strong Wagner brothers are not enough against Milwaukee

by archysport

Franz and Moritz Wagner together score 39 points against the Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo & Co. are still one size too big. Joel Embiid shows a very strong performance against the Nets, Bradley Beal returns successfully.

Brooklyn Nets (23-10) – Philadelphia 76ers (19-16) 110:102 (BOXSCORE)

  • In a duel between three veritable superstars, Joel Embiid had the last word. The Cameroonian scored 34 points and finally put his team in the lead with a three-point game around three minutes before the end. 15 seconds before the end he let the final score follow, whereupon he clashed with Kevin Durant and both took a technical with them.
  • The two superstars had already clashed a few weeks ago, but Durant declined after the game: “When you’ve seen me and Joel play, you know it’s always like that – even in the All-Star Game. We just respect each other very much that the fire gets through sometimes, I guess. “
  • It would have been okay with Embiid. The Big Man (11/23 FG) was unstoppable, especially in the first quarter, in which he already scored 16 points, and had strong support thanks to Tyrese Maxey (25, 10/18) and Seth Curry (17). It was the third win in a row for the Sixers, who had to do without their head coach Doc Rivers, who is in the health record.
  • Brooklyn went bust, but there was at least the good news that after two weeks of no action, Durant picked up where he had left off (33 points, 13/24). James Harden also came up with this point yield and garnished the strong performance with 14 rebounds and 10 assists.
  • Brooklyn even won the rebound duel despite the size disadvantages, the three-pointers were problematic for once: With the exception of Durant (3/8), the Nets hit a mere 4/19 from outside. Philly, on the other hand, sank 13/32 from the triple line.
  • Corona-Protokoll: Tyler Johnson, Myles Powell, Danny Green (alle Sixers) – Kessler Edwards (Nets).


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