Sports Talk with Brodes: Sixers Beat the Pacers, Ben Simmons 3 Late Steals in 13.9 Seconds!
The Philadelphia Sixers beat the Indiana Pacers at home by a score of 119-116. It was very close and come down to the wire. Ben Simmons had three steals in 13.9 seconds to solidify the win. One steal led to a Tobias Harris slam which gave the Sixers a two-point lead with 9.9 seconds left. The second steal went to Harris as well, but this time he got fouled and made both free throws. Joel Embiid had 32 points and 11 rebounds. He went 15 for 15 at the charity stripe. Ben Simmons went seven for seven, too. Furkan Korkmaz made the starting lineup because Josh Richardson could not play and he got abused defensively. It was to the point where Brett Brown had to give James Ennis run in crunch time because of it.