2016- 2017 Regular Season, Toronto Raptors vs. Philadelphia 76ers replay full games – January eighteen, 2017.
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Joel Embiid scored 26 points, Ersan Ilyasova added 18 and the resurgent Philadelphia 76ers beat the Toronto Raptors 94-89 for their seventh win in nine games.
Game Recap: Resilient Sixers Finally Get Past Raptors, 94-89. Standing their ground with a defiant, you-think-you’re-going-to-come-into-my-house-and-do-what? type of attitude, the Sixers finally beat the Toronto Raptors, 94-89.
These were the Raptors that entered the evening second-best in the Eastern Conference, having won four games in a row. These were the Raptors that claimed the last three Atlantic Division crowns, their win total increasing each season. These were the Raptors that hadn’t lost to the Sixers in four years to the date, since a January 18th, 2013 overtime setback.
Amidst their strongest stretch in five years, the Sixers kept moving forward, and pushed aside was a 14-game skid to their division rival.
With seven wins in their last nine outings, the Sixers are currently keeping company with the likes of the Clippers, Warriors, Pacers, Hawks, and Celtics, the only five teams that have so far fared better or as well as Brown’s club since the calendar flipped to 2017.
To put the lay of the land in no uncertain terms, territory of this nature had previously been vastly uncharted since Brown assumed the helm of the Sixers in 2013.
“No, is the short answer,” Brown said, when asked after Wednesday’s game if he had ever experienced anything like this spurt during his stint with the Sixers. “We’re playing with a spirit, we’re playing with a defensive mindset, and there is a belief within each other, amongst the team, that is the best that it’s been since I have been here.”
Taking the floor Wednesday at The Center, Toronto was only the top-rated offensive team in the league, generating 113.8 points per 100 possessions. The Raptors were also second in the NBA in 3-point shooting percentage, and boasted this year’s fifth-most prolific scorer.