The Sixers took on the Los Angeles Clippers sans Paul George and Kawhi Leonard at the Wells Fargo Center Friday night. The Sixers also found themselves down another starter, as Seth Curry sat with lingering left ankle soreness.
Joel Embiid dominated this game with 40 points and 13 rebounds, but the Sixers still absolutely fell apart.
Here are my thoughts and observations from the Sixers 102-101 loss to the Clippers.
- I’m not surprised to see the offense get off to a slower start without Curry, as his two-man game with Embiid has been the Sixers’ bread and butter this season.