Philadelphia: During any season, a team has its ups and downs and that is what is going on with the Philadelphia 76ers as they try to get back to their winning ways as they took on the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia. The Sixers enter the game off a bad loss to the Pacers which saw them blow may chances to take the lead late and just could not get it done.
One of the questions coming into the game was who was going to step up with Joel Embiid down with an injury and be the closer, for this game it was Tobias Harris, He would go off by dropping 34 points including 28 in the second half.
Late in the fourth quarter with the Sixers needing a big play to increase their lead as they Nets try to fight their way back and Tobias Harris would keep the hot shooting night going with this monster three-pointer
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The Sixers take down Nets 117-106 for a much-needed win that they needed to build some confidence back in them.
The Sixers will look to build off this win as they take on the Chicago Bulls on Friday night at 7PM from Wells Fargo Center on NBC Sports Philadelphia & ESPN.
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