The King’s Court

The Los Angeles Lakers took a win from the Philadelphia 76ers when Philly ran out of fuel. That’s where Lebron James and Anthony Davis took over this game. Anthony Davis had a double-double on the night with 23 points and 19 rebounds. He was just a playmaker down low, and for LeBron James, we knew he would cause damage, especially in the way he was taking the basketball to the rim. He also had 6 assists in this game as well. LA beat the Atlanta Hawks on Monday, so they had some time to rest for this game, while Philly had a tough matchup with the Suns. The Sixers fell to the Lakers in the King’s Court, 94-101.

Tobias Harris Back In The Lineup

For the past few games, Tobias Harris has been dealing with an injury, but now that he’s been clear for action, he couldn’t wait to get into the game. Tobias Harris made an immediate impact with an excellent little mid-range game. He recorded 16 points and 11 rebounds. Tobias Harris looked soiled. Mo Bamba had a nice day at the office as well, with 11 points. He made a couple of three-pointers, followed by a couple of fantastic blocks.

Better Second Half From Tyrese Maxey

Tyrese Maxey is better in the second half of this game. Without Joel Embiid, Tyrese Maxey would be the primary target for the opposing defense, trying to slow his game down. He got things cooking with his cuts to the basket by Laker defenders hitting his pull-back jumper. He put on the scoreboard 27 points, followed by Kelly Oubre Jr being aggressive in the paint. I like his connection with the big men (Paul Reed and Mo Bamba with some open looks underneath the net). Sunday, let’s see if the 76ers can handle business against their old teammate, James Harden.

Pat Bernard
Pat Bernard

Pat Bernard has four years of podcasting. His first year with the Pattison Ave Phantics and four years running Devereaux Sports. Now currently, both Devereaux Sports and Edge of Sports. Pat is a  for 6 Philly sports fan.  Flyers, Phillies, Eagles, Sixers, Wings, and Union. The Gobbler is a former pro wrestler and ACPW Hall of Famer! He is originally out of Ambler from Northeast Philly (by the Tacony Bridge).  Pat is a credentialed Philadelphia Wings Beat Reported under Edge of Philly Sports.

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