Published: Thu, March 21, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Joel Embiid: 'I'm the Most Unstoppable Player in the League'

Joel Embiid: 'I'm the Most Unstoppable Player in the League'

The rivalry between the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers resumed in old-school fashion on Wednesday night. That's the game in which the 76ers dropped confetti from the rafters in what ultimately would be their only victory of the series.

Not the smartest play by Marcus, but I can't blame him for losing his cool after taking a cheap elbow to the ribs.

Terry Rozier continues to burn the 76ers. The game was decided by a late-game perimeter shot by Jimmy Butler who finished with 22 points.

The Boston Celtics lost to the Philadelphia 76ers 118-115 on Wednesday, as All-Star center Joel Embiid paced the 76ers with 37 points and 22 rebounds and had a key block against Celtics superstar Kyrie Irving in the waning seconds of the game. Philly understandably had plenty of motivation going into this game, and both sides brought playoff intensity. "It was the type of game you don't really get too often in the regular season".

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Here's what we learned from the big win.

There are still concerns regarding a potential Sixers-Celtics matchup in the playoffs, but the Sixers at least know it's possible.

"I think we're right there", said Rozier after tallying 20 points and six rebounds off the bench. That's just part of it. "So, that energy was definitely good for us".

Even though it was a step back in the win-loss column, it was still a mental step forward.

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