James Harden dishes a career-high 21 assists, Embiid drops 44 on the Clippers to lead the Sixers to seventh straight win
The Philadelphia 76ers completed a perfect seven-game homestand by beating the Los Angeles Clippers last night 119-114 at the Wells Fargo Center.
Kawhi Leonard and Paul George at the Clippers rolling early and built a lead as large as 20 points, but the Sixers were able to get things rolling in the second half to rally for the win.
Joel Embiid dropped 44 points while hauling in seven rebounds to lead the Sixers, while James Harden added 20 points and a career-high 21 ASSISTS to go along with 11 rebounds.
JAMES HARDEN: 20 PTS / 11 REB / 21 AST
De’Anthony Melton scored 13 points, Tobias Harris added 14 points and eight rebounds while Niang and Milton combined for 24 points off the bench.
The Sixers are now winners of seven straight and currently sit in fifth place in the Eastern Conference Standings at 19-12. On Christmas Day tomorrow, they will head to Madison Square Garden to play the New York Knicks, a team that is currently 18-15 on the year and in sixth place in the East.