Sixers Bell Ringer Season Ranking:
Joel Embiid – 24
Tobias Harris – 13
Ben Simmons – 10
Shake Milton – 6
Tire Maxey – 3
Mathis Tibul – 2
Danny Green – 2
Furkan Korkmaz – 2
Dakota Mathias – 1
Tony Bradley – 1
With Zack LaVine and Nikola Vucevic missing from Chicago, the Sixers looked on their way to an easy victory Monday night. Philadelphia led by 20 points, heading for the fourth quarter, while the Sixers unit fully allowed the 24-5 “bulls” to move in a five-minute interval, which ended the hope of the starters to get extra rest in the second night from back to back. . Fortunately, the best dogs pulled the team out of the slide, finishing the game with a 1
Tobias Harris: 21 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals, 3 rebounds
Tobias was the leading scorer of the Sixers in Chicago, shooting a brilliant 10-from-13 from the field. He made a handful of semi-competitive transition finals that were much harder than Harris made them look like, while preserving his middle-class jumpers. The last such turnaround was with a high degree of difficulty in the tape over Daniel Theis with just over two minutes left in the game to extend the lead to nine points. It was a distant arena, but I’m sure they were playing heavy metal music to announce the arrival of a closer one; Harris shot perfectly 3-on-3 in the fourth quarter.
Seth Curry: 20 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 steal, 1 turn
Seth continued right where he left off in San Antonio, scoring 11 points in the first quarter, hitting double digits for the third time in his last four games in the opening period. Although he would finish the game 3-on-5 behind the arc, he wasn’t just hitting 3 for the younger Curry however. Seth drains middle class jumpers, attacks the dribble basket and throws verrrrrry slippery driveway to Ben Simmons with a pad in the paint. On the night that Steph Curry fell 41 points (but still collected fewer points than Marvel characters than teammate Draymond Green), Seth also had a great game.
Ben Simmons: 15 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals, 2 turnovers
Nothing too crazy on the offensive end for Simmons, who fired 6 of 7 from the floor, all coming right on the edge with dips, settlements or a little tiny shot. More importantly, when the Sixers suddenly started fighting in the middle of the fourth quarter, Ben’s work at the defensive end helped them pull away forever. He devoured Kobe White, who was hot earlier in the period, to bring the big bull charge back into play. Doc Rivers said after the match that there is no better defender in this league. It’s hard to argue with him.
Danny Green: 14 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals, 0 rebounds
Danny’s photo is currently being used as a Basketball Encyclopedia record for the 3-and-D Wing, so it’s no surprise to see him come up with a huge four 3-point and four thefts. As is customary for Green, all of his threes come from the corners, with two courtesies of his patented move off the baseline. Meanwhile, his latest theft came with teams only five points apart in the fourth quarter as Green tracked down his man and deflected Denzel Valentine’s pass into the lane. Just another perfect professional game from the veteran.
Mathis Tibul: 8 points, 1 theft, 3 blocks, 2 turns
Mathis looks more confident every day. When Sixers got the ball, Thybulle made a pair of 3s and threw another helmet at the baseline. While these things are obviously important to Matisse’s development, the real fireworks have come to a defensive end, as usual. Tibble pulled out his act of teleportation for a number of destructive plays, but this block and the theft of the same possession felt completely original. NBA. Completely defensive. The team.
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