76ers maintained their lead in the fourth quarter

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76ers maintained their lead in the fourth quarter

The 76ers defeat the Wizards without Embiid.

The 76ers met the Washington Wizards in Game 5 after falling 122-114 in Game 4 due to Joel Embiid’s injury in the first quarter. The 76ers sought to wrap up the series against the Wizards on Wednesday night, despite the absence of their star center. Seth Curry had a playoff career-best in points, and Ben Simmons had a triple-double.


The 76ers have advanced to the Eastern Conference Semifinals, where they will meet the Atlanta Hawks.

Bradley Beal, on the other side, topped the scoring with 32 points despite the loss.

In the first quarter, both teams tied the game.

Russell Westbrook began the quarter with a jumper, and Simmons responded with a layup.

On the next possession, Bradley Beal made a layup.

Seth Curry’s mistake pass to Simmons resulted in another basket for the Wizards, this time from Rui Hachimura, who sank a layup.

As a result, they were 8-4 with 10 minutes left in the quarter after Curry hit a long jumper for two points.

Russell Westbrook made a jumper, and Beal followed with another.

Gafford’s ball to Westbrook was deflected by Matisse Thybulle.

In transition, a Tobias Harris lob to Simmons resulted in a bucket for the 76ers.

Following that, Curry hit a three-pointer, sparking a 5-0 run and trimming the advantage to one point.

They were 14-13 with 7 minutes left in the first quarter when Beal hit a reverse layup.

Harris responded with a jump shot over Hachimura.

Thybulle’s dunk off Simmons’ feed trimmed the Wizards’ advantage to one point.

After Gafford hit a jump jumper and Ish Smith made a layup, the Wizards went on a 6-0 run.

The Wizards led by seven points with 2:49 remaining in the third quarter.

Dwight Howard then blocked Beal, and Furkan Korkmaz followed with a two-pointer.

With less than a minute remaining, they were 29-25 after Maxey’s pass to Howard for a slam.

In the first quarter, the score was 29-29.

In the second quarter, the 76ers took the lead.

After more than a minute, Robin Lopez started the quarter with a bucket on George Hill’s pass.

Korkmaz scored on Maxey’s pass to make it 34-31 with 9:42 left in the quarter.

Hachimura responded by hitting down a jumper. Maxey then threw down a jumper.

Maxey followed with a layup, keeping the Wizards’ advantage at three points.

On the opposite end, Beal promptly made a layup.

Westbrook fumbled the ball, and Maxey drove directly to the rim for a layup.

On Westbrook’s pass, Gafford made a layup, and Raul Neto followed with a three-pointer.

Curry responded by sinking a long three-pointer. Following that, Hachimura connected on a three-pointer.

Harris hit a jumper, and Neto responded with a jump shot.

Simmons afterward snatched the ball from Hachimura.

They were 51-49 with less than three minutes remaining in the quarter when Beal hit a jumper.

Harris responded with a layup, and Westbrook followed with a jumper.

With 1:30 left in the quarter, Simmons hit a floater to trim the lead to two points.

Harris hit a three-pointer to give the 76ers a one-point edge.

However, the Wizards regained the lead with 9.5 seconds remaining.

Danny Green then hit a three-pointer, and the 76ers led by two points at the end of the quarter, 65-63.

In the third quarter, the 76ers overpowered the Wizards.

Westbrooks got the third quarter began with a three-pointer just over a minute into the contest.

Curry then drove to the basket and sank a jumper.

Westbrook then hit a jump shot, and Curry followed with a step-back three-pointer.

On 9:16 remaining in the fourth, Beal tied the game at 70-70 with a hook shot off his own miss.

The 76ers seized a two-point lead again, but Beal hit a three-pointer to reclaim the advantage.

They were 73-77 with 7:18 left in the quarter when Westbrook hit a three-pointer, cutting the advantage to one point.

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the 76ers overpowered the Wizards Ben Simmons playing basketball. Source: Sky Sports

Harris responded with a three-pointer off Curry’s pass.

He also intercepted Beal’s pass to Hachimura before passing to Simmons.

Simmons then drew a foul and scored a layup.

Thybulle added another basket, this time a three-pointer.

Lopez hit a hook shot to trim the 76ers’ lead to two points.

The score was 95-87 with 1:57 remaining, with the 76ers leading.

Lopez was stopped near the rim by Dwight Howard. Simmons then went to the basket and made a layup.

George Hill’s lob to Howard resulted in another bucket for the 76ers.

Smith hit a three-pointer with 28.9 seconds left in the fourth.

On the other end, Korkmaz hit a three-pointer.

The quarter finished with the 76ers leading 94-103.

The 76ers maintained their lead in the fourth quarter.

Howard got the quarter underway with a block on Smith. Korkmaz followed with a three-pointer.

Maxey made a layup to spark a 5-0 run. Beal then threw down a fadeaway jumper.

As a result, they were 97-110 with less than nine minutes remaining in the game after Hachimura hit a jump shot.

Tobias Harris found Simmons for a bucket, and Curry followed suit on the next play.

Simmons’ two-handed dunk gave the 76ers a 19-point lead.

With 4:13 left in the quarter, Harris hit a floater to spark a 12-2 run that gave the 76ers a 21-point advantage.

Hachimura hit a jumper. On the other end, Harris nailed a long jumper.

Hachimura hit another jumper, and Maxey responded with a hook shot.

Finally, the 76ers won 112-129 and proceeded to the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

On Sunday, they will face the Atlanta Hawks, who upset the Knicks and seized a 4-1 lead.

The victory was shared by Curry, Simmons, and Harris.

The 76ers took the floor sans Joel Embiid.

What could have been a difficult game for the 76ers without their great center turned out well, thanks to three players stepping up in the game: Curry, Simmons, and Harris.

“We feel we’ve got enough to win a couple of games without Joel out there,” Seth Curry said.

“We don’t have a choice – we have to trust and be confident.”

We have a lot of confident guys.

Joel has been invaluable to us over the year. It’s only fair that we give him as much time as he needs to return and assist us in winning it all.”

Seth Curry led the 76ers with a playoff career-high 32 points.

He had 30 points, and 2 assists, and was 10 of 17 from the field in 31 minutes.

Tobias Harris came in second with 28 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 assists.

“It was a chance for the squad to bond.” “We were just cutting it up and talking,” Tobias Harris explained.

“We just let that game go and said, ‘Hey, we’re going to win the next one and keep the streak going.'”

While Ben Simmons recorded his third postseason triple-double with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.

“We’ve got the components and tools to do it,” said Ben Simmons, who led the way with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.

“During the season, we’ve been in this situation before. We know what needs to be done.”

Aside from them, three other 76ers players scored in double figures, all of whom came off the bench.

Tyrese Maxey, on the other hand, led the 76ers bench with 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists.

Dwight Howard followed with 13 points, 8 rebounds, and 2 assists. Furkan Korkmaz scored 10 points.

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The Wizards were headed by Bradley Beal.

The Wizards got off to a fast start, gaining the lead early in the opening quarter, but were unable to maintain their lead.

Despite the loss, the Wizards made some outstanding offensive moves.

Bradley Beal led the Wizards with 32 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists.

Russell Westbrook followed with a double-double of 24 points and 10 assists, as well as 9 rebounds.

Rui Hachimura led the way with 21 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 assists.