Worrisome signs continue, though. Simmons and Embiid had a tiff after Simmons accidentally elbowed JoJo on a rebound, and neither one was over it after the game in interviews. Butler (who was ejected after a scuffle with Avery Bradley) is still not being used efficiently or often enough.
Good things: They actually won this game in large part (in addition to Embiid) because their bench outplayed one of the best bench groups in the league from the Clippers. TJ, Muscala, and Bolden were particularly good. If Bolden can play like this, it plugs a big hole in terms of back-up minutes at the 4/5. I think the key for Bolden is not to force things and let offensive opportunities just come to him. It also helps if he gets more consistent from 3-point range just so he can hit the open ones (like Amir takes).
There is some speculation from those around the team that Simmons and Embiid are not on the best of terms these days. It's not Kobe/Shaq (yet) but it's concerning.
Also, Fultz is being re-examined early next week and may be cleared.