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Sixers Pick Up Win Thanks To 34 From Embiid
As we begin the year with what will likely be remembered as one of the darkest days in American History of the past 20 years, writing about the Sixers seems trivial at best. However, if 2020 taught us anything (I know, it taught us a lot…), it was to prioritize self-care. For many of us, sports are that escape. So, while I acknowledge that we have far greater topics we need to discuss, issues to sort out, and problems that need resolution, I am hoping sharing some thoughts on the Sixers start to the 2020-2021 campaign can be an escape not only for you, but for myself as well.
The Sixers began their weekend of back-to-back road games in New York at The Garden to square off against the Knicks. Another tight first quarter against a lesser opponent as the starting five continues to struggle to find any rhythm other than basically just feeding Joel Embiid, which was the same solution they needed to bail them out of what looked to be an opening loss to Washington until Embiid took over in the fourth.