With Dwyane Wade evidently was another matter.
The 24-year-old Embiid established himself as one of the NBA's top big men and most colorful personalities this season, averaging 22.9 points per game along with 11 rebounds to help the 76ers reach the post-season for the first time in six years. He did all of this coming off the bench in just 26 minutes of action.
"It's just in my DNA", Wade said. Wade knocked the ball free and then the floor, slamming the ball home to put the Heat back up two scores. Can the 76ers steal one back in Miami?
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Head coach Brett Brown was asked to comment on Embiid's profane post and said he understands his star player's frustration.
Throughout the game, Hart could be seen trading barbs with Wade, who would shrug off his verbal jousts before answering them with a jumper.
Kevin Hart should tone it down for the sake of the Philadelphia 76ers. But no. Hart made his courtside presence very much known. And, how many more of these performances does Wade have left in him?
Internally, there is optimism that Embiid will return when the series is in Miami, though it's unclear if he will play in Game 3 on Thursday, according to sources. While his numbers across the board were terrific, Simmons had nowhere near the impact he imparted on Game 1 due to the Heat's frequent full-court pressing of him from start to finish.