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Ben Simmons shot 5-10 in game four to finish with 10 points while adding 5 rebounds and 5 assists. He didn’t turn the ball over in the loss. Normally that would be a good enough line if the other starters are hitting their shots, but Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris were not last night. That’s…

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The Sixers are just 10 victories away from a championship, but Brett Brown explains why that goal seems "so far away" for he and his team.The Sixers are just 10 victories away from a championship, but Brett Brown explains why that goal seems "so far away" for he and his team.

Brett Brown explains why a championship still seems 'so far away' for Philadelphia

The Sixers are just 10 victories away from a championship, but Brett Brown explains why that goal seems "so far away" for he and his team.

Brett Brown explains why a championship still seems 'so far away' for Philadelphia

“Thoughts on Game 4: - Sixers getting 81% of their shots at the rim or from 3, but coming away with little to show for it - Tobias Harris' missed shots were a killer - Simmons' passivity, both in the half court and transition - Embiid's flu game And more: https://t.co/CuP3hmkWqM”

Derek Bodner on Twitter: "Thoughts on Game 4: - Sixers getting 81% of their shots at the rim or from 3, but coming away with little to show for it - Tobias Harris' missed shots were a killer - Simmons' passivity, both in the half court and transition - Embiid's flu game And more: https://t.co/CuP3hmkWqM"

“‘I’m just not myself’: An ill Joel Embiid leaves #Sixers feeling sick after Game 4 loss https://t.co/ojO79o4EGv”

Candace Buckner on Twitter: "‘I’m just not myself’: An ill Joel Embiid leaves #Sixers feeling sick after Game 4 loss https://t.co/ojO79o4EGv"

“A closer look at a tough Game 4 loss for the #Sixers... —"James" Butler —Running the offense through Embiid when it counted —Harris' shooting since arriving in Philly is...not great —Simmons' unwillingness to attack in traffic https://t.co/3C7F1mc36D”

Kyle Neubeck on Twitter: "A closer look at a tough Game 4 loss for the #Sixers... —"James" Butler —Running the offense through Embiid when it counted —Harris' shooting since arriving in Philly is...not great —Simmons' unwillingness to attack in traffic https://t.co/3C7F1mc36D"

“New story: After scoring just 11 points in the Sixers' Game 4 loss while battling the flu Sunday, Joel Embiid said "I'm just not myself," while Jimmy Butler vowed to keep backing the big man https://t.co/rK2pbNAoDm”

Dave McMenamin on Twitter: "New story: After scoring just 11 points in the Sixers' Game 4 loss while battling the flu Sunday, Joel Embiid said "I'm just not myself," while Jimmy Butler vowed to keep backing the big man https://t.co/rK2pbNAoDm"

During the fourth quarter of Game 3, Pascal Siakam used his right leg to trip Joel Embiid. Now, Siakam is may miss Game 4 with an injury.The Raptors will be looking to avoid a 3-1 series deficit, and they may have to do so without one of their top guns.

Raptors list Pascal Siakam as ‘doubtful’ for Game 4 with calf injury

After Philadelphia got handily trounced in game one of the Eastern Conference Semi’s even the few optimists left seemed to wilt a bit. But they may have underestimated Sixers’ Head Coach Brett...After Philadelphia got handily trounced in game one of the Eastern Conference Semi’s even the few optimists left seemed to wilt a bit. But they may have underestimated Sixers’ Head Coach Brett...

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From the beginning of training camp, the Sixers have been focused on constructing their defense such that Joel Embiid could remain effective in "five-out" environments. Brett Brown is glad they were. By Noah LevickFrom the beginning of training camp, the Sixers have been focused on constructing their defense such that Joel Embiid could remain effective in "five-out" environments. Brett Brown is glad they were.

Brett Brown seeing rewards of season-long focus on Joel Embiid's defensive role in 'five-out' environments | NBC Sports Philadelphia