Ben Simmons Joins ELITE Company With 2nd Career Playoff TRIPLE-DOUBLE

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Ben Simmons registered his 2nd career playoff triple-double, joining W. Chamberlain (8) and C. Barkley (2) as the only 76ers players with multiple triple-doubles in the playoffs as he finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists in the victory. The 76ers set a new franchise record for points in a playoff game (141 pts vs SF in Game 1 of 1967 NBA Finals on 4/14/1967) as they defeated the Nets, 145-123, to tie this best-of-7 series at 1 game apiece.

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21 thoughts on “Ben Simmons Joins ELITE Company With 2nd Career Playoff TRIPLE-DOUBLE

  1. I was telling all of these casual basketball fans 2 days ago… Ben is fine. People don’t understand how basketball works. When you play someone like Ben Simmons you have to realize he has a similar skill set to a younger Antentokoumpo scoring wise. Sagging off of him just gives him more space to create momentum on the drive, make plays and screen on handoffs to Reddick and Butler. When things are clicking and Embiid is drawing his attention, that makes Ben unstoppable and EFFICIENT; even without a jumper

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