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Doc Rivers Isn’t Concerned About Tyrese Maxey’s Reduced Scoring With Joel Embiid Back

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While the Sixers have struggled to find stability throughout the young season, they did see some positives throughout their recent tough stretch as the young point guard Tyrese Maxey has shown significant strides in his development. During the nine-game stretch Sixers star center Joel Embiid sat out, Maxey led Philly in production by putting up 24 points per game while hitting on 42-percent of his threes. Over the last two games, which Embiid played in, Maxey has averaged 12 points while draining just 26-percent of his shots. “Maxey didn’t play well the other night, but that had nothing to do with being with Joel. You know, Maxey’s played great all year with Joel. So, that’s not gonna change. Maxey is going to be just fine.”

When the Sixers took the court on Monday to face the Orlando Magic, Maxey had one of his most disappointing performances this season.

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