Orlando blocked Philadelphia’s winning streak with the performance of Bankero and the German brothers.
The Orlando Magic won 119-109 in the 2022-2023 NBA regular season away game against the Philadelphia 76ers held at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Orlando blocked Philadelphia’s eight-game winning streak, led by Joel Embiid. Paolo Bankero (29 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists) exploded, and brothers Moritz Wagner (22 points, 6 rebounds) and Franz Wagner (19 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists) also contributed to the team’s victory.
In the first quarter, Orlando started poorly. James Harden and Tobias Harris scored and set the mood, and Joel Embiid scored. At the same time, Philadelphia’s defense struggled and the team scored 17 points. As a result, the first quarter ended with a score of 17-30.
Successful counterattack in the 2nd quarter. Embiid and Harris allowed outside shots and allowed a lead of up to 21 points at one time, but Vankero and Wagner’s continued scoring narrowed the score little by little. Orlando, with Mohamed Bamba’s perimeter support fire, ended the half with a 52-62 lead. 토토사이트
Orlando managed to take the lead in the third quarter. At the center was Bankero, who scored 14 points. He led the attack without covering the inside and outside. At the same time, Orlando’s outside shooting, which had been quiet, also began to explode. Three-pointers from Wagner, Wendell Carter Jr. and Gary Harris split the rim. Embiid’s score was also tied at 2 points, and the third quarter ended with a 94-90 reversal.
The atmosphere of the 3rd quarter continued into the 4th quarter. They conceded points one after another to Tyrese Maxey and Montrezl Harrell, but they did not shake much. This time, the German brothers did their best. Wagner’s German brothers succeeded in attacking one after another and led the attack, and even succeeded in catching a big fish with a dunk shot that put a wedge in Bankero’s game.
On the other hand, in Philadelphia, Embiid (30 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists) and Harden (17 points, 8 rebounds, 6 assists) fought hard, but the streak stopped as concentration collapsed in the second half.