Stephen A. Smith Denies Being On The Floor During Bledsoe-Embiid Scrap

Sixers to sign Greg Monroe waive Justin Patton to clear a spot

Sixers to sign Greg Monroe waive Justin Patton to clear a spot

When looking at the hard path Philadelphia is going to have in the Eastern Conference competing for a spot in the NBA Finals, Brett Brown knows the importance of getting any extra help possible at this point.

In a contest that was action-packed throughout, the 76ers (49-30) fell just short Thursday to the Milwaukee Bucks (59-20), 128-122.

"I was just thinking that I'm pretty good at what I do", Embiid said.

Despite being a bit slow with his decision-making down low most of the game, he only turned it over three times and handed out a career-best 13 assists, including a number of impressive feeds.

"He's been doing it all for us this whole season", Bucks All-Star Khris Middleton said.

Embiid returned from a three-game absence and had 34 points, 13 rebounds, 13 assists and three blocks.

Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid recently said that he's the most unstoppable player in the National Basketball Association, and he has an argument given the dominance he has shown in his short time in the league so far.

Ally McDonald lifted by 18th-hole birdie
Lots of positives, so looking forward to the weekend". "I feel like I'm doing that and I can I feel like I can still compete". After a 341-yard drive at the par-5 18th, he pulled his approach into the stream fronting the green but still managed par.

Embiid made sure to let the Bucks guard know what he thought as he waved at him while Bledsoe walked off the court.

JJ Reddick added 29 points and Mike Scott scored 22 as the Sixers failed to solidify their hold on the No. 3 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Eric Bledsoe Will Be Key To How Far The Bucks Go In The Playoffs: Robby Kalland of UPROXX wrote about the importance Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe will play in the Bucks' run throughout the the postseason and his shot at playoff redemption after his struggles a year ago.

Hill gave the Bucks their first lead of the second half at 121-119 with 1:02 remaining after on a fastbreak layup. The 76ers' big man tossed the ball back at Bledsoe, and Bledsoe retaliated by firing the ball at Embiid's chest.

Scott then picked up the ball and threw it at Bledsoe before referees and players separated everyone.

Both Sixers players were given a technical foul, while Bledsoe received two, which brought with them an automatic ejection. "Neither team wants to have somebody missing".

"We've got to be a little better", Redick said. "So maybe it's better that it happens now than another time", added Budenholzer.

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