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One niggling point for the 76ers has been their guard James Harden’s recent form. The onus will be more on Harden as the 76ers will not have Joel Embiid in the team against Heat in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Embiid had suffered an orbital fracture and a concussion during Game 6 against the Raptors.
Miami Heat Predicted Starting Line-up: F- Max Strus, F- P.J. Tucker, C- Bam Adebayo, G- Victor Oladipo, G- Gabe Vincent 76ers vs. Heat, Mavericks vs. Suns: NBA player props and predictions today
Philadelphia 76ers Predicted Starting Line-up: F- Tobias Harris, F- Danny Green, C- Charles Bassey, G- Tyrese Maxey, G- James Harden
When it comes to the other three second-round series, it’s again unanimous for Suns over Mavericks and Warriors over Grizzlies. The only one where there is any disagreement is Celtics vs. Bucks, where it’s a 14-6 advantage for Boston, who dropped Game 1 at home on Sunday.
Manji expects that, without center Joel Embiid in the lineup, other 76ers will have to pick up his rebounding slack. Given Harris has a great rebounding record against the Heat, Manji believes there’s no better candidate.
It's a tough call, obviously on the road trying to start to start a series and you get a guy like Draymond headed into the locker room, nobody wants to see that, it's not good for the game," Curry said. "I don't think he deserved that obviously. We got a little emotional rise out of it. Trying to stay locked in and deal with the circumstances and give ourselves a chance to win. We obviously did that in the second half, but yeah, that was a tough one.