Embiid wants 'green light to play' for 76ers

Posted April 18, 2018

The Philadelphia 76ers furious comeback came just short, as the team fell to the Miami Heat at home by a score of 113-103.

Philadelphia's offence may have a different look in Miami, but it would be a welcomed change as Joel Embiid could return to the court after recovering from a broken orbital bone.

In fact, Hart's trash talk was so robust that Dwyane Wade gave him a death stare to end all death stares after nailing the dagger that sealed the game for Miami.

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Philadelphia's 17-game winning streak was snapped.

He wore a Phantom of the Opera mask to Game 1 of the Sixers' first-round playoff match-up with the Miami Heat and surprised the crowd when he rang the ceremonial liberty bell before the game.He seemed like he was having fun.

But having been kept out of the second clash with the Heat in a matter of days, the 24-year-old took to social media to lash out as he wrote a foul-mouthed post on his Instagram account. I want to play basketball.

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"[Expletive] sick and exhausted of being babied", Embiid wrote Monday night on his Instagram account.

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne asked Wade after the game what inspired his performance.

"He wants to play in front of the fans", Sixers coach Brett Brown told reporters. "When he's not able to do that, he gets frustrated".

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"The 7'0", 250-pound center averaged 22.9 points, 11 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game during the regular season. "It's born out of competitiveness, and it's born out of him wanting to be with his team".