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Golden State Warriors will be aiming to put up an amazing performance and get themselves the best points when they take on the 76ers in another matchup.
The Philadelphia 76ers on the other hand will also be looking to get past the Warriors and put themselves in the winning spot when they they face Golden State Warriors
Obviously, The Warriors seemed to be separating themselves at the top of the Western Conference, but after their recent losses
It’s clear, They are just one-half game ahead of the Denver Nuggets. The Warriors are 43-19 on the season and 6-4 in their last 10.
And for the opponent, Philadelphia has won their last two games and they have a record of 40-22
As they are one-half game away from tying the Indiana Pacers for third in the Eastern Conference. The 76ers are 6-4 in their last 10 games.
Ben Simmons notched another triple-double with 11 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 assists, and Jimmy Butler nearly got there as well with 20 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists.
While a Joel-Embiid-DeMarcus Cousins matchup would be fitting with a nationally-televised game, 76ers coach Brett Brown said it was up in the air.
While the Warriors have lost against lesser competition lately
One positive from the Heat and Magic games were that Steve Kerr was able to rest several of his key players.
Against the Magic, Kerr had a tough time trying to replace the offense that Durant provides. Stephen Curry finished with 33 points, eight rebounds, and six assists.
Klay Thompson and DeMarcus Cousins added 21 points apiece, but they didn’t get enough help from the other starters or the bench to come up with the win
Also, Especially in the fourth quarter where the Warriors were limited to just 15 points to the Magic’s 33.
On the Warriors side, Cousins continues to play well as his minutes have increased, and aside from his scoring, rebounding a blocking, Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown has been surprised by another part of his game.
In the records, The last time they met back on January 31, the 76ers won 113-104 behind 26 points and six assists from Ben Simmons. Stephen Curry had 41 for the Warriors but it wasn’t enough for the win.
However, The 76ers’ last two wins have come against the New Orleans Pelicans and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Joel Embiid was out again against the Thunder and he may be out tonight.
Meanwhile, In Embiid’s absence, forward Tobias Harris has played very well. Against the Thunder, he had 32 points. The rest of the starting lineup also scored in double figures.