Joel Embiid on 76ers’ Hot Streak: ‘There’s Really No Urgency to Change Anything’
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Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid
downplayed the need for the Sixers to make a significant deal before
the 2022 NBA trade deadline on Feb. 10.
Embiid discussed the team’s outlook
after tallying 25 points, 13 rebounds and six assists in a 111-99 victory over the Boston Celtics on Friday night, which was the 76ers’ eighth win in
their last nine games:
“When I look at where we are when
we’ve got most of the team healthy, especially me in the lineup, I
think we are 21-9. That’s not bad. That’s up there with the best
records in the NBA. All that tells me is we just got to stay healthy,
keep doing what we’ve been doing…these guys just allow me to do
what I do best offensively and defensively.
“I feel pretty good. I don’t think
we’ve played our best basketball yet, we still got a long way to go,
we’re missing guys here and there that could really help us. There’s
really no urgency to change anything. We’ve got everything we need,
we’re going to keep on going and I’m happy.”
This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.
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