The Philadelphia 76ers, powered by 26 from Joel Embiid, traveled to a 105-87 triumph Thursday over a Los Angeles Lakers who were missing hotshot LeBron James. The stadium witnessed Embiid's amazing dash of four straight games, he posted 35 points and 10 rebounds. Additionally, his efforts also saw nine rebounds, seven assists, and two obstructed shots. Sixers group that knocked 13 three-pointers to the Lakers' six.
With the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player James, second in the association with average scoring of 29.1 points per game, sidelined with a sensitive left knee, Anthony Davis did what he could to get a move on for the Lakers. Davis who was playing his second game after coming back from a hyper-extended knee scored 31 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for the Lakers in a noteworthy fashion. He had little help from Russell Westbrook who added 20 points.