We've got a bright future.
"We definitely have more to show".
Following the Game 5 victory, a clearly frustrated Joel Embiid walked off the court without shaking any hands and that reportedly upset a bunch of players on the Celtics. "We've got to learn from it".
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Even if Embiid and the Sixers found a way to win Game 5, they still faced a severe uphill battle to win two more and do what's literally never been done in an National Basketball Association playoff series.
"We've got to have the same mindset going into it", Simmons said after a 103-92 Game 4 win.
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Federation Internationale de Football Association members will vote to choose the host of the 2026 edition on June 13. He also asked why they should be supporting countries when those countries don't support them, including at the UN.
"We have a game plan that we are confident in", 76ers coach Brett Brown said after Wednesday's morning shootaround.
"I think it was mainly what I did to myself", Simmons said after that defeat.
Many NBA teams would love to have that two-man foundation, and Philly is also waiting on a No. 1 overall pick in Markelle Fultz. There are ways to increase that number to $35.4 million, the amount of cap space needed to sign LeBron James in free agency. They will be picking 26th, 38th, 39th, 56th and 60th - and will likely have a lottery pick, as well. Peak Embiid. The only thing lacking was a 3-pointer, but he finished with 27 points (9-for-18 shooting), 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 blocks in his best performance of the postseason. But on Wednesday, the loss to Boston - and what could have been - was foremost on their minds.
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The franchise center said he and Simmons "have a lot of room to grow", and referenced the beginning of the Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook era in Oklahoma City as an example of how two young talents can reshape an organization.
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