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Heat vs 76ers Game 6 Preview


The Miami Heat look to finish off the Philadelphia 76ers in their Eastern Conference Semifinal series Thursday night when the two foes meet in Game 6 in Philadelphia.


Each team has held serve at home in the series so far, with the Heat winning Games 1, 2 and 5 in Miami and the Sixers taking Games 3 and 4 on their home floor.


The Heat dominated almost all facets of the game on Tuesday, with a 120-85 win at home to push the Sixers to the brink of elimination.


The Heat connected on 13 of 33 shots from three-point range and shot 53.6 percent from the field in the win. They were the more physical team in the game, outrebounding the Sixers 46-36 and outscoring them 56-36 in the paint.


“They were just more physical,” 76ers coach Doc Rivers said following the Game 5 loss. “We didn’t run anything. We didn’t run our stuff very well. We played at a snail’s pace … everything they did tonight was harder and better. Their stuff was better, their energy was better.”


All five Heat starters scored in double-figures, led by Jimmy Butler, who put up 23 points. Max Strus tallied 19 points and 10 rebounds and Victor Oladipo scored 13 points.


The Sixers were led by Joel Embiid who scored 17 points. The regular-season scoring champion continues to be hampered with a multitude of injuries including a facial fracture and a thumb injury. Sixers fans held their breath when Embiid was struck in the face with the ball during the game on Tuesday when the Heat’s Dewayne Dedmon was going after a loose ball, but the Sixers’ center returned to the game shortly after going down.


“He’s tough,” Rivers said of Embiid following Game 5. “I think he knew going into all this that there’s going to be a couple times when he gets hit in the face. It’s going to happen. … He got up and said he was fine, after a while.”

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