The 76ers continue on a streak after their first and only loss in their debut game since the NBA resumption at Disney.
Philadelphia 76ers surpassed Orlando Magic by 108-101 in a new day in the bubble of the NBA. In this way, the Pennsylvania franchise chained its third consecutive victory.
With a distributed score, those led by Brett Brown made up well for the loss of Australian Ben Simmons, who was injured in the match against Washington Wizards. Tobias Harris and Joel Embiid were the highest scorers of the night with 23 points each, followed by Alec Burks, with 22, and Al Horford with 21. For the Magic, Evan Fournier scored 22 points.
The meeting maintained a parity throughout its development, always with the Sixers above, except for the third quarter. DJ Augustin had a great period in which he scored 13 of his 16 goals and led his team to take the advantage.
However, Philadelphia quickly returned to the top with a great closure from the Dominican insider who scored 9 points in the last six minutes of the game. The Sixers remain sixth with a 41-27 record, while Orlando will have to take care of the eighth position in which it is located with 32 wins and 37 losses.
Other matches of the day:
San Antonio Spurs 119-111 Utah Jazz
Memphis Grizzlies 121-92 Oklahoma City Thunder
Brooklyn Nets 119-106 Sacramento Kings
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