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Germany scored 40 points and 19 rebounds, including a key three-pointer at the end of regular time that dragged the game into overtime. In the end, the 76ers defeated the Jazz 131-123 in overtime at home.
2 consecutive losses, the 76ers ushered in 2 consecutive victories.
In the first quarter, Bogdanovic took the lead in scoring a layup. Simmons and Embiid scored 8 points together to help the 76ers take the lead.
However, Mitchell broke out and scored 8 points in a row to help the Jazz catch up with the score. Harris made a jump shot to stop the bleeding. Then Bogdanovic scored two goals in a row. O’Neal and Ingles also scored points. The Jazz 19-12
Leading by 7 points.
Embiid scored 8 points in consecutive singles inside, and Favors responded with a continuous 3-pointer. Then the two teams faced off with 3-pointers from the outside. After the first quarter, the Jazz led 34-26.
In the second quarter, the Jazz still controlled the tempo on the field and once extended their lead to as many as 13 points.
The 76ers did not show weakness, and immediately responded with a 14-6 spurt, chasing the score to 47-52.
At the critical moment, Mitchell scored 2 goals in a row to help the Jazz stabilize the army, and then Bogdanovic also scored a three-pointer from the outside. After halftime, the Jazz led 61-52.
After changing sides and fighting again, the 76ers launched a counterattack to narrow the point difference. Mitchell and Conley hit three-pointers to stabilize the situation. Simmons, Embiid and Curry took turns to score the 76ers to catch up.
Then the two teams faced each other for three points from the outside. Under the leadership of Mitchell, the Jazz led 86-75 to 11 points.
Simmons broke through and hooked in with one hand, Howard also scored points at the basket, Conley made a breakthrough and hit a three-pointer, Milton made consecutive free throws to chase points, and after three quarters, the Jazz led 89-84 by 5 points.
At the end of the quarter, the 76ers played an 11-3 start to overtake the score, but the Jazz still relied on their stable outside output and quickly regained the lead.
Embiid’s three-pointer helped the team overtake in the middle, and the two sides scored alternately, entering a tug-of-war.
The Jazz seized the opportunity to score consecutively and widened the point difference to 5 points.
Embiid scored 4 points in a row to help the team catch up to 1 point difference, but Gobert’s dunk made the Jazz hold a 3-point lead again.
The 76ers hit key goals tenaciously in a row, and Embiid’s three-pointer dragged the game into overtime.
In overtime, the 76ers began to take the initiative. Harris scored all the sports scores of the team. After leading by 3 points, the 76ers continued to cause kills and made free throws to stabilize the lead. Mitchell was sent off for two consecutive technical fouls
, The 76ers defeated the Jazz 131-123 and gave their opponents a two-game losing streak.
View: Jazz vs. 76ers full-time video scores and data: Single quarter score: 34-26, 27-26, 28-32, 29-34, 5-13.
(Jazz first) Jazz: Mitchell 33 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists, Conley 18 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists, Gobert 12 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists, Bogdanovic 18 points and 5 rebounds, O’Neal 7 points and 10 rebounds
5 assists, Ingles 16 points and 6 rebounds, Clarkson 10 points and 5 rebounds, Niang 5 points, Favors 4 points and 7 rebounds 76ers: Embiid 40 points, 19 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks, Harris 22 points
10 rebounds, Simmons 17 points, 4 rebounds and 6 assists, Curry 14 points, 2 rebounds and 3 assists, Green 3 points and 4 rebounds, Scott 3 points and 2 rebounds, Kokmaz 8 points, Howard 12 points and 4 rebounds Both sides started:
Jazz starters: Conley, Mitchell, Bogdanovic, O’Neal, Gobert 76ers starters: Simmons, Curry, Green, Harris, Embiid