Again, the biggest thing to me is the 76ers still have not put together a full 60 minute consistent game in this first round.
Game 1 was close, but Game 2 they were sloppy and had to scratch & claw to win at home and last night they hit the skids again in the 3rd quarter, turning the ball over constantly and almost completely melting down.
The Harden ejection actually helped them IMO because it compelled Maxey to step up, Embiid was able to stabilize his emotions, Tucker made some clutch rebounds, the shots started to fall in and they were able to squeak it out.
It was a total dagger to the Nets collective heart because they had that game in the bag and allowed the 76ers to grab it from their hands. If the series is 2-1 with all the wins at home, the Nets could still be confident they had a chance, but now they have to be wondering when they'll ever have a better shot at winning one of these games than last night.
I agree with bkeich that we need to close it out Saturday and get that extra rest. Boston plays Game 3 tonight and will likely sweep Atlanta Sunday. Embiid is already banged up with the knee and Harden looked slow before his ejection. Get it done tomorrow or we'll likely lose in the 2nd round again.