"And we feel like we are responsible with his health", Brown said. Watching the game, it looked like the Heat had a plan to harass the Sixers' snipers around the three-point arc and dare them to do anything else. After dropping the opener, the Heat evened things up at 1-1 by winning on Monday. "What I can say is there is a very unified effort with his representation and the people around him".
ESPN reported that the Sixers are optimistic Embiid will return to the lineup during their trip to Miami, but it's unlikely that will come Thursday night. Wade shot 11-of-16 as the Heat held off Philadelphia, 113-103.
Privately, he's not. Well, it's public now.Embiid posted a blank photo on Instagram during Brown's press conference that read "F-ing sick and exhausted of being babied."How has Sixers' Markelle Fultz remained positive amidst chaos?The message was relayed to Brown.The Sixers coach didn't mind it."He just wants to play basketball". "I love the stage".
After Philadelphia's loss in Game 2, some of Embiid's frustration with that caution slipped out. Wade and the Heat will play their first home playoff game in two years tonight. "He's a guy who wants to play all the time".
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Wade's play resembled his glory days at times and he carried the Heat in a sensational second quarter that was the difference.
The Sixers were led by Ben Simmons, who posted 24 points, nine rebounds and eight assists.
Johnson responded by hitting a huge 3-pointer to put the Heat up 96-87.
"I'm a student of the game", Winslow, 22, said Wednesday after he and teammate Josh Richardson were the final two Heat players to walk off the court following practice - some 30 minutes after their teammates had cleared out. The series is tied 1-1. He's their best player and is considered a Defensive Player of The Year candidate this season, but Game 1 proved that the 76ers can handle their business without him.