Sixers center Joel Embiid is frustrated with not being cleared to play, but one bad blow could have a permanent effect on his vision.
The all-star center went through a second day of practice with the Sixers and has been upgraded from "out" to "doubtful."
Despite an ugly Game 2 loss to the Heat, the Sixers are clearly the better team in the series. They will be even better once Joel Embiid returns.
Marcus Hayes got a glimpse at the deep-dive into the numbers that has fueled the franchise.
Before the 76ers signed their sharpshooting vets, they made sure the numbers added up.
Miami made a successful adjustment after a 27-point loss in Game 1. Now the Sixers will look to bounce back from a 10-point defeat in Game 2.
Keith Pompey talks about the life-altering ramifications 76ers center Joel Embiid could suffer by getting hit in his left eye before it is fully healed...
The scond-year forward says that the Sixers are ready to take the fight back to Miami, and if Joel Embiid returns, watch out.
The teams will play at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai on Oct. 5. Three days later, they'll meet up again at the Shenzhen Universiade Center in Shenzhen.
The Sixers shot 7 for 36 on three-pointers in the Game 2 defeat.
Wade: "You can thank Kevin Hart for that."
After shooting 64.3 percent from three-point range in Game 1, the Sixers hit just 19.4 percent of their threes in Monday's loss.
Keith Pompey and Marc Narducci dissect the 76ers' 113-103 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinals series at the Wells Fargo Center.