76ers vs. Eagles live scores, updates, highlights from Game 7 of the NBA playoffs series

Rivers has not won Game 7 in the past three games, but with the 76ers facing the Eagles on Sunday night, he will seek to change the recent misfortune.

Philadelphia avoided being eliminated in the 104-99 victory over Atlanta in Game 6, and will now return to Wells Fargo Center, hoping to beat Tre Young’s Eagles. Seth Curry and Tyrese Maxi Performed well in the final game in Philadelphia, but the team will continue to rely heavily on Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris as they hope to be the coach of the 76ers in Rivers Progress was made in the first year.

At the same time, the Hawks have little to lose in this game. Few people expect Atlanta to make the playoffs, let alone bring the 76ers to Game 7.

However, interim coach Nate McMillan organized an epic transition after taking over the team mid-season. In the 38 regular season games he coached, he led the 5th-seeded Eagles to a 4-1 victory over the Knicks with a record of 27-11.

Highly recommend McMillan He will return as Atlanta’s coach next season, but winning in Game 7 will increase his chances of continuing to coach the Eagles. Or, it may become a valuable bargaining chip for him in negotiating future salary.

Sports news is tracking real-time score updates and highlights 76ers vs. Eagles Decide on the Eastern Conference playoff series. Follow the method below to view the complete results of the 7th game.

The 76ers scored against the Eagles

Game 7 the first season Q2 Q3 Fourth quarter final
76ers 28 —— —— —— 28
Eagles 25 —— —— —— 25

Real-time update of the 76ers vs. Eagles, highlights of Game 7

(All times are east)

8:43 p.m. — Kevin Huerter missed his first shot in the game. He now scored nine points on four-fifths of the field.

8:40 p.m. — The Hawks made no mistakes in the first quarter. It took them more than 14 minutes of game action to make an action. Although Trae Young had difficulty shooting early, this was one of the main reasons for their lead.

8:38 p.m. — After Danilo Gallinari made consecutive three-pointers, so far, every eagle that has shot has made at least one basket…except for Tre Young. Nevertheless, the Eagles lead by five points.

8:34 p.m. — Nate McMillan’s summary of the first quarter: He likes the Hawks’ offensive style, but hopes they will take fewer free throws. It sounds right.

8:32 p.m. — The Hawks and 76ers each had two fouls by a player. Seth Curry contributed two for the Philadelphia team, and Clint Capela finished second at the end of the first quarter. Capela is the key to playing against Joel Embiid, so the Hawks will pay close attention to him.

End of the first quarter: 76ers 28, Eagles 25

8:29 p.m. — Trae Young didn’t shoot in the first quarter-his shooting percentage was 0-6-but he had 4 points from the free throw line. Nevertheless, the Hawks need him to provide more to win this game. They are lucky to fall behind only 28-25 after a quarter. In addition, Joel Embiid made a shot at the end of the quarter.

8:27 p.m. — Louis Williams made his first shot, but it took a while before he decided to shoot.

8:25 p.m. — Matisse Sable made his first three-pointer. He didn’t score in the sixth game.

8:18 p.m. — Kevin Huerter made the first four shots and scored 9 points. His contribution is crucial because Trae Young missed the first four shots.

8:17 p.m. — Seth Curry got a second foul halfway through the first quarter. In the past two games, he averaged 30 points per game, so this is a big improvement for the 76ers.

8:14 p.m. — Joel Embiid just dropped a difficult shot from the hoop. This allowed the 76ers to take the first lead of the game with a score of 15-13 and enter the first commercial break.

8:10 p.m. — The Eagles are making some beautiful passes. Trae Young found Clint Capela for an aerial relay.

8:08 p.m. — Joel Embiid scored the first six points in the 76ers. Kevin Huerter has five of the Hawks’ first seven games.

8:07 p.m. — Last night, Charles Barkley promised that the Bucks would beat the Nets. He is right. Tonight, he is in the 76ers.

8:03 p.m. — The 76ers won the finals. Furkan Korkmaz missed the first shot of the game. John Collins started scoring with a two-pointer for the Hawks.

7:55 p.m. — O’Neal hopes that Ben Simmons will be aggressive in this game instead of worrying about the free throw problem he has been experiencing.

7:50 p.m. — The Hawks’ starting lineup is not surprising. Trae Young, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Kevin Huerter, John Collins and Clint Capela will start the game in Atlanta.

7:37 p.m. — The first five of the 76ers have already played. This is the same as Game 6: Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Fulkan Kokmaz, Tobias Harris and Joel Embiid.

7:30 p.m. — Joel Embiid and the 76ers are doing some pre-match work.

7:25 p.m. — Who wears better Ben Simmons or Joel Embiid?

Sixers vs. Eagles start time

  • time: 8 p.m. US Eastern Time / 5 p.m. Pacific Time
  • TV channel: Ladder
  • live: Watch TNT

The seventh game between the 76ers and the Eagles is scheduled to start on Sunday, June 20 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. TNT will be televised nationwide.

2021 NBA playoff schedule

(All times are Eastern Time)

June 20

game time National Television
Clippers vs. Suns 3:30 pm ABC
Eagles vs. 76ers eight pm Ladder

June 22

game time National Television
Clippers vs. Suns Nine p.m ESPN

June 24

game time National Television
Suns vs. Clippers Nine p.m ESPN

June 26

game time National Television
Suns vs. Clippers Nine p.m ESPN

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