Wade turns back the clock and 76ers in Game 2 Heat victory

Wade turns back the clock and 76ers in Game 2 Heat victory

Wade turns back the clock and 76ers in Game 2 Heat victory

The Sixers had their 17-game winning streak snapped.

Philadelphia's offence may have a different look in Miami, but it would be a welcomed change as Joel Embiid could return to the court after recovering from a broken orbital bone. He took to Instagram after the game, apparently after feeling like he could have played.

"F--g sick and exhausted of being babied", Embiid wrote.

"When I came back in, it was just to calm everything down, and make the right play".

The All-Star explained the post to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne: "I promised the city the playoffs and I'm not on the court and I may not be on Thursday either". "I wish more than anything that I was out there".

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The Heat guaranteed a Game 5 next Tuesday in Philadelphia.

Right now, he's still questionable for Thursday night's Game 3 in Miami.

After the loss, 76ers coach Brett Brown seemed understanding of Embiid's emotions. He wants to be with his team. As a result, Miami clamped down in Game 2 and the Sixers were never able to get into a flow offensively, as evidenced by their shooting from long distance.

Giving up a franchise-high 130 points in Game 1, the Heat were far from representative of the franchise that prides itself on the defensive end of the floor. But as you'll see here, he did more than just score the basketball.

With the Heat now taking the upper hand in the matchup, the 76ers will hope that they can call on the services of their leading scorer soon and boost their chances of making it to the second round.

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