If my assumption is correct, that means Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra will make necessary adjustments to combat the Sixer's firepower.
Wade's experience proved crucial throughout, inspiring a first-half fightback to wipe out the 76ers' early lead before shepherding Miami to the win in a nervy finale.
But the hosts were then obliterated in the second period as the Heat went on a scoring spree, with Wade amassing 21 first half points. For Joel Embiid, however, the defeat was especially bitter.
After Monday's game, Embiid took to Instagram to vent his frustrations, writing, "F--ing sick and exhausted of being babied". "But I do know the spirit in which he delivers that (social media post) reflects my conversations with him, that it's completely driven out of team, competitiveness, 'I want to play basketball, ' that type of flavor more than anything". "I just want the green light to play".
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Apart from these two nations, he will also visit Germany on April 20 briefly. He said, Sweden is a valuable partner in India's development initiatives.
"When he's not able to do that he gets frustrated and I respect his frustration". The All-Star center suffered a fractured orbital bone after taking an incidental shot from teammate Markelle Fultz on March 28.
"You're talking about a superstar, of course we are missing him [Embiid] here", Sixers forward Dario Saric said, adding that when he comes back, everyone feels like "he will kick their [Heat] a-s". He underwent surgery to fix the fracture.
Rookie of the Year candidate G/F Ben Simmons fell just short of a triple-double, finishing with 17 points, 14 rebounds and 9 assists in the victory.
After tonight's game, the two teams will head to South Florida for Games 3 and 4 on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.