76ers vs. Eagles, Game 2: Real-time updates, analysis, highlights, etc.
Update [7:02 p.m.] — Good news, 76ers fans (and anyone who is following this game, really).Center Joel Embiid (knee), he found him on Tuesday night Will not be named NBA MVP in 2021, Will participate in the second game against the Eagles.
Embiid will play
— Kyle Newback (@KyleNeubeck) June 8, 2021
In the first game of the 76ers Eastern Conference semifinal series against Atlanta, the Philadelphia team made great strides. They just got news that star center MVP candidate Joel Embiid (Joel Embiid) will start-before the bell for his pre-match ceremony with Triple H-their team is playing against the fifth-seeded Eagles. The team’s game is a big favorite, both in the opener and the series.
Then the game started.
After 48 minutes, most of the time can only be roughly described as basketball-the 76ers attracted their fans in it In the roller coaster journey of every emotion in the sun -The Philadelphia team finally failed in their comeback attempt and found themselves suddenly behind with a score of 1-0 and no longer had the home court advantage they had struggled for throughout the season.
In most cases, they can only blame themselves, whether it is a mistake, a problematic lineup decision or a poor defense of Trae Young and Co., especially when they fell behind quickly in the first half. Now they find themselves in a situation where they must win. Otherwise, they will eventually go to Atlanta with a score of 2-0 and have a chance to end the season before they return home.
It was a nightmare scene, and we hardly got there yet. The team that lost the first game at home performed well in the second game, including the 76ers themselves.
*Added 2019. ..
The 76ers won the last four playoff series after losing their first game at home. ..
> 1986 First Road (Washington), 3-2
> 2001 first round (Indiana), 3-1
> 2001 semi-finals (Toronto), 4-3.
> 2019 First Rd (Brooklyn), 4-1
— Bob Vetrone Jr. (@BoopStats) June 7, 2021
Will they continue this trend in the second game of the series on Tuesday night (7:30 PM TNT), or will Philadelphia fall into a collective panic? There is only one way to find out…