Maxie Harden leads Embiid’s victory in Philadelphia 

The Philadelphia 76ers (hereafter referred to as Philadelphia), which Joel Embiid (28) missed, won thanks to the performances of Tyrese Maxie (22) and James Harden (33).

Philadelphia defeated the Detroit Pistons by 123-111, 12 points in the regular league game of the 2022-23 NBA season held at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, USA on the morning of the 9th (Korean time). This made Philadelphia 24-15 and Detroit 11-32.

In Philadelphia, Harden recorded a triple-double with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, Maxie scored 23 points and 2 assists, and Tobias Harris played a big role with 20 points and 6 rebounds 토토사이트. Detroit had Cillian Hayes with 26 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 3 rebounds, and Isaiah Stewart with 20 points and 13 rebounds.

Philadelphia filled Embiid’s void well from the first quarter. In particular, Montrezl Harrell scored 10 points in the quarter alone and boasted the same offensive power, and Harden also showed off a good start with 8 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists. Detroit struggled with Hayes and Bojan Bogdanovic, but Philadelphia also had a strong bench lineup. Philadelphia finished the first quarter with a 35-27, 8-point lead thanks to foul lead and Shake Milton scoring.

Maxie led Philadelphia’s bench lineup well in the early second quarter. Detroit then continued the chase by injecting key players in the early hours. When Harrell was put in by Philadelphia, the offensive power revived, and Harden even fired a stepback 3-point shot and ran away again. Philadelphia ended the first half with a 71-54, 17-point lead thanks to a good quarter finish.

Detroit narrowed the score by Bogdanovic’s three-point shot and Stewart dominated the paint zone, but Harden, Harrell, and Maxie were no match for Philadelphia, who showed good performances in offense. In particular, Maxie scored 7 points in a row at the end of the quarter, breaking Detroit’s will to pursue. Philadelphia entered the fourth quarter with an 100-82, 18-point lead.

In Philadelphia, Reed, who had been lacking in offense, filled up the score with his ability to control the paint zone. Here, Maxi also took care of the volume. Detroit didn’t give up the game completely and Hayes, Stewart and Bogdanovic managed to narrow the score to 12 points. However, Detroit ran out of time and Philadelphia leisurely put in bench players.

Philadelphia won over Detroit by 123-111, holding the score to the end by 12 points.

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