Wade Turns Back the Clock as Heat Drop Sixers

Wade Turns Back the Clock as Heat Drop Sixers

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As the Miami Heat evened their first-round series against the Philadelphia 76ers with a 113-103 victory in Game 2 on Monday night, Joel Embiid made it known he is not happy that he is being held out of action.

The All-Star centre has been sidelined since March 28 and took to social after Game 2 to show his frustration at not yet being cleared to play. Following the loss, Sixers big man Joel Embiid took to Instagram to display his displeasure with not being able to play, saying he was sick and exhausted of being "babied". But above all else, he knows his role at this point in his career. "When he's not able to do that, he gets frustrated". So the medical side, the different reasons, I'm not going to go there. "What I can say is there is a very unified effort with his representation and the people around him". It is completely driven out of team, competitiveness. But as you'll see here, he did more than just score the basketball.

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When asked about his Instagram post, he told Shelburne: "I promised the city the playoffs and I'm not on the court and I may not be on Thursday either". "I wish more than anything that I was out there". Privately, he's not. Well, it's public now.Embiid posted a blank photo on Instagram during Brown's press conference that read "F-ing sick and exhausted of being babied."How has Sixers' Markelle Fultz remained positive amidst chaos?The message was relayed to Brown.The Sixers coach didn't mind it."He just wants to play basketball".

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