Harden's Impressive Performance Not Enough for Sixers to Beat Bucks 

written by sidhanta

The Philadelphia 76ers looked to end last week on a high note in Phoenix. As they had three-straight wins with victories over the Miami Heat, Los Angeles Lakers, and the Los Angeles Clippers,

For a majority of the matchup, the Sixers were in control. When it came to crunch time, though, the Suns took the wheel.

Eventually, a tight and competitive matchup turned into a double-digit victory for the Suns, who remained hot and issued the Sixers their first loss in a week.

Two nights later, the Sixers returned to South Philly and faced their Eastern Conference rival, the Milwaukee Bucks, for the third time this year. 

Before the All-Star break, the Sixers paid a visit to Milwaukee without James Harden on the floor. Joel Embiid and his squad managed to take down the Bucks with a 123-120 victory. 

On Tuesday, when the Sixers welcomed the Bucks back to town, they attempted to get back in the winner’s column against the defending champions.

Like always, Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks issued the Sixers a problematic matchup. 

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