Celtics Players Reportedly Pissed At Embiid For Walking Off Court

Celtics Players Reportedly Pissed At Embiid For Walking Off Court

Aron Baynes produced one of his finest games as the Boston Celtics slayed Ben Simmons' Philadelphia 76ers. Embiid, who had talked plenty of trash throughout the series, missed the game-tying shot with 11 seconds remaining and had the rebound bounce off his leg, giving the Celtics possession and control of the game. Peak Embiid. The only thing lacking was a 3-pointer, but he finished with 27 points (9-for-18 shooting), 12 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 blocks in his best performance of the postseason. Keep in mind this was a Sixers team coming off a 10-win season a year ago, and to see them advance as far as they did in the playoffs was truly incredible, as Brett Brown knows the future is bright for his team. When the season began, the Celtics were expected to contend for the Eastern title.

"I don't think we were trying to lose on objective, as far as the players", Embiid said. "It sucks but you got to learn from it and come back next year and do better".

"We feel like when everybody is on, we're unbeatable".

I still feel coach Brett Brown made a mistake by shortening his bench and leaving Fultz out of the rotation for this series.

"For the next decade, we're going to have a lot of fun battles", Embiid said about matching up with Boston again in the future, according to BostonSportsJournal.com's Brian Robb. Looking at everything we got, he's a big part of it. And going into the playoffs we felt like we had a really good chance, especially after winning 16 in a row (to close the regular season).

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The Terriers haven't travelled to Stamford Bridge for a league game since February 1984, losing 3-1 in a second tier match. They will have to wait till the last day of the season for them to know their fate.

"I'm just learning", said Simmons, reminding reporters he had just helped the 76ers to the second round of the playoffs in his first year in the National Basketball Association.

Embiid insists that The Process will never end for the Sixers.

"Down deep, I get what we did", Brown said.

As a wise man once said: Trust the process. "We didn't make it, but the whole season we changed the goals we set at the beginning of the season".

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