I think that is an over-simplified way of looking at this game and the larger long term trends for the 76ers.
I've been looking at 3 metrics for a while and in this game the 76ers lost all of them. And when they lose all or several of these metrics, they normally do lose the game.
3 pt shot % - 3 pt shots made
In Game 1, the 76ers had 13 to the Net's 11 turnovers
The 76ers only made 69% of their free throws compared to 92% for the Nets (free points!)
The 76ers only made 12% of their 3 pt shots (3 total) compared to the Nets making 42% of their shots (11 total)
The issues with this roster and team are numerous:
-Embiid's health and conditioning
-Simmons lack of a jump shot and apparent inability to work on his game
-The failure of the Fultz pick
-The poor depth and ineptitude of the bench
-Brown's lack of preparation and adjustments
-JJ and TJ's horrible defense
-Continued struggles with turnovers and bad decision making
-Inconsistency of outside shooting on the roster
The Nets game plan is very clear. On offense, they spread the floor, Move Embiid away from the basket, target the poor defenders and drive the rack relentlessly with a plan B of kicking out for open 3 pointers. On defense, they play off the poor shooters (Simmons, TJ etc.), pack the lane to restrict drives, play physical against JJ and Embiid and force the 76ers into a half court game they cannot execute effectively.
What is the 76ers clear game plans on offense and defense? I cannot tell and I've been watching this team all year.