After a series which went back and forth between the 76ers and the Raptors, it concluded with a game 7. The Game was ended by one of the most spectacular buzzer beaters I have ever seen.
The Philadelphia 76ers started Joel Embiid at the 5, he played 45 minutes this game and shot 33.3% from the field making only 6 of his 18 shots, included in that is his 16.7% from 3-point range where he shot 1-6. The strongest part of his game in this game was his free throw shooting as he shot 8-9 which is 88.9%. He grabbed 10 defensive rebounds and 1 offensive rebound, giving him a total of 11 boards. He dished out 4 assists and got 3 blocks. He scored 21 points.
Ben Simmons was starting at Point Guard for the 76ers, he played 42 minutes and scored 13 points on 80% from the field and 83.3% from the line. He grabbed 8 total boards, got 5 assists and 3 blocks. James Ennis came off the bench for Philadelphia, he scored 6 points on 50% shooting from the field and 100% from beyond the arc, shooting 1-1. He grabbed 2 rebounds in 14 minutes of game time.
Pascal Siakam started as a forward for the Raptors, he played 37 minutes and scored 11 points on 4-11, 36.4%, shooting from the field. He grabbed 11 rebounds, got 2 assists and 2 steals. Kawhi Leonard started as the other forward for the Raptors, he played 43 minutes this game and scored 41 points on 41% shooting from the field, 22.2% from 3 and 87.5% from the line. He grabbed 8 rebounds, dished out 3 assists and got 3 steals. Kawhi won the game for the raptors on a mid-range buzzer beater that you can watch below.
Fred VanVleet came off the bench for the Raptors and played 15 minutes, he scored 4 points which all came from the free throw line. He grabbed 1 rebound and got 2 steals.
In the end, it was the Raptors who won the game and the series and they would go on to beat the Warriors in the NBA Finals.