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Joel Embiid Scores 39 As Sixers Drop NBA In-Season Tournament Game Against Pacers To End 8-Game Win Streak

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Indiana Pacers defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 132-126 in an NBA In-Season Tournament game, ending the Sixers’ eight-game winning streak, Tuesday night. Tyrese Haliburton scored 33 points and dished out 15 assists, while Obi Toppin added 27 points.

After going 2-0 in pool play, the Pacers emerged victorious in the East Group A standings of the tournament. Sixers’ record dropped to 1-1.

For the Pacers, Myles Turner scored 17 more points, and their bench outscored Philadelphia’s 33-6.

In addition to De’Anthony Melton’s 30 points, Joel Embiid scored 39 points. After registering a career-high 50 points against the Pacers on Sunday, Tyrese Maxey was limited to 27 points on 9 of 23 shooting.

In addition to De’Anthony Melton’s 30 points, Joel Embiid scored 39 points. After registering a career-high 50 points against the Pacers on Sunday, Tyrese Maxey was limited to 27 points on 9 of 23 shooting.

Unlike Sunday’s 137-126 wire-to-wire victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, the Pacers dominated the majority of the first three quarters. The Pacers took a 13-point lead early in the third quarter courtesy of excellent shooting from Haliburton and Toppin, while the Sixers managed to hold the lead for a mere 26 seconds during the first three quarters. With six of his eight 3-pointers made in the first half, Haliburton demonstrated his skill from beyond the arc, giving the Pacers a 63-54 lead at the half.

Haliburton shot 11 for 18 from the field and 7 for 12 from beyond the 3-point arc for the game. Toppin’s floor stats were 12 for 15.

Harris was knocked down and removed after Kendall Brown fell on his head and neck area, but Philadelphia got back into the game in the fourth and quickly took the lead on a turnaround jumper. After being cleared by the concussion protocol, Harris made a comeback.

However, Indiana went on an 11-2 run that gave them the distance they required and a lead they never gave up after a back-and-forth stretch.

After suffering a head injury during the game, Pacers forward Jalen Smith was taken to a hospital for further testing and assessment, according to the team. Halfway through the second quarter, Smith was taken down in a collision at the defensive end of the court as Sixers forward Paul Reed went up for a dunk.

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