The Sixers offense certainly looked perky finishing the game 51.2 percent from the field and attempting 43 free throws.
Seth Curry: 30 points, 2 assists, 2 turnovers
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In Embiid’s absence, the Sixers handed the keys to the offense to Seth Curry, who responded with a playoff career-high 30 points. The best Curry scored nine points in the first quarter to help the Sixers keep pace a hot Wizards club out of the gate, but he really turned it up at the beginning of the third quarter. Seth scored 12 points in the first four minutes and change of the second half, roasting poor Raul Neto over a spit as the Sixers exploited that matchup again and again.