At the Wells Fargo Center, James Harden and Joel Embiid had ‘gala’ performances and commanded the Philadelphia 76ers’ victory over the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs
All the same in the semifinals of Eastern Conference in between Philadelphia 76ers and Miami Heat! This Sunday (8), at game 4 of the playoff series NBAthe Philadelphia franchise caught up after losing the first two games in Florida and tied the series 2-2 thanks to a 116-108 win at the Wells Fargo Center.
The teams will face each other again next Tuesday, May 10thfrom 20:30 (Brasília time).
On the court, the fourth confrontation between the teams in the series started with a first quarter back and forth. The 76ers prevailed by one basket difference: 30 The 28.
The big highlight was Joel Embiidwhich alone noted 15 points, half your team’s points in the first quarter.
It was only in the second quarter that the distance on the scoreboard started to get ‘loose’ for the home team, which won by a difference of 6 spots: 34 The 28.
The 76ers’ improvement on the court also passed through the hands of James Hardenwhich until then had been unlit on the court, but noted 13 points and shared the spotlight with Embiid.
On the return of the break, the 76ers had to contain a ‘furious’ Jimmy Butler who practically carried the Heat on his back and, despite the slack in the score having remained balanced in the last two quarters, the Philadelphia franchise knew how to control the game and took the best.
Especially in the last quarter, Harden was decisive and scored more baskets, closing his ‘gala’ performance with 31 spots. were still 7 assists and 9 rebounds.
Embiid, meanwhile, ended Game 4 with 24 spots, two assists and 11 rebounds, with a double-double.
Despite the defeat, the Miami Heat had at least one breath: the great performance of the winger Jimmy Butler.
It was 40 points scored by the 32-year-old, who overshadowed the duo Harden and Embiid in scoring.
In addition, Butler had 6 assists and had 3 rebounds.