76ers-Raptors Game 1 will be Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center
The Philadelphia 76ers will open up the 2021-22 playoffs against the Toronto Raptors.
After last night’s game closing out the regular season, it was announced that the Sixers will host the Raptors on Saturday at 6PM for the first game of the playoffs. Additional dates and times for the series have yet to be released.
The Sixers finished the season 51-31 and fourth in the Eastern Conference Standings. They were 24-17 at home and 27-14 on the road. This year against the Raptors, Toronto beat Philadelphia three times in four meetings.
November 11th: 76ers vs Raptors: L 109-115
- No Joel Embiid. Tyrese Maxey dropped 30 points on 12-of-19 shooting.
- Tobias Harris finished with 19 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, 7-of-18 shooting.
December 28th: 76ers @ Raptors W 114-109
- Joel Embiid dropped 36 points and snagged 11 rebounds.
- Tobias Harris had a triple-double with 19 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists.
March 20th: 76ers vs Raptors L 88-93
- Joel Embiid: 21 PTS, 13 REB
- James Harden: 17 PTS, 9 REB, 8 AST
- Tyrese Maxey: 19 PTS, 8-14 FG
April 7th: 76ers @ Raptors L 114-119
- Joel Embiid: 30 PTS, 10 REB
- James Harden: 13 PTS, 4 REB, 15 AST
- Tyrese Maxey: 22 PTS, 4-5 3PT
Plenty of more about the upcoming playoffs, the Sixers’ history vs the Raptors, and what to keep an eye on as the Finals run officially begins on Saturday.
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