Philadelphia with Furkan defeats San Antonio on the last breath
Struggling for leadership in the Eastern Conference, Philadelphia 76ers defeated the San Antonio Spurs 113-111 with Ben Simmons’s last-second basket. Joel Embiid, who played with 34 points and 12 rebounds in 76ers, played the leading role in the victory, while national football player Furkan Korkmaz scored 3 points.
The encounter between the Philadelphia 76ers, who struggled for leadership in the Eastern Conference, and the San Antonio Spurs, who were trying to enter the play-off pot at the Western Conference, was the scene of great competition.
The visiting team 76ers won the match, which went into overtime, 113-111 with Ben Simmons’ last-second basket.
Joel Embiid, who scored a double-double with 34 points, 12 rebounds, and Seth Curry, who scored 22 points and 5 rebounds, led the 76ers to the win. The hero of the match, Simmons scored 5 and Furkan Korkmaz scored 3 points.
In the Spurs, Lonnie Walker competed with 23 points, Keldon Johnson with 19 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and Rudy Gay 18 points and 10 rebounds.
Milwaukee Bucks-Brooklyn Nets: 117-114
Boston Celtics-Portland Trail Blazers: 119-129
Houston Rockets-New York Knicks: 97-122
Dallas Mavericks-Sacramento Kings: 99-111
Charlotte Hornets-Miami Heat: 111-121
Oklahoma City Thunder-Phoenix Suns: 120-123
San Antonio Spurs-Philadelphia 76ers: 111-113 (in extension)
Los Angeles Lakers-Toronto Raptors: 114-121