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44-38, 1st in Southeast

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

J.J. Redick on Ben Simmons, who had a triple double in Game 4: "He's very tough physically but he's even tougher mentally. The last 4 games have been as vocal and demonstrative as I've seen him all season, he's been fantastic. He's coming out of his shell in regards to leadership and that's huge for us."

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Joel Embiid doesn't expect any Heat players to mess with his mask. "I don't think they're going to try and break it again since they just got fined. If they want to get fined again, they can go ahead and break it," he said with a laugh. Justise Winslow was fined $15,000 for stepping on the goggles on Embiid's mask in Game 3.

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Joel Embiid on Ben Simmons, who had a triple double in Game 4: "He's a monster. I think that's the first time the 76ers had a triple double since Charles Barkley and that's big time. He was a beast tonight and that's why he's the rookie of the year."

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Joel Embiid on the Sixers' 4th quarter in Game 4: "It was all about defense, we got stops. Offensively we moved the ball, JJ (Redick) knocked down some shots, Ben (Simmons) was a beast and everybody played a part into this win."

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Joel Embiid on Game 4: "We had 27 turnovers. I had a really bad game. We haven't knocked down threes like we have been doing that past couple of weeks and we still ended up winning. Got a bright future."

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Dwyane Wade with high praise for Justise Winslow: "When we point at a guy who has done it right all series, we all point at Justise."

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Joel Embiid on playing Game 5 in Philadelphia: "I'm excited to play my first playoff game at home, it's going to be lit."

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Dwyane Wade was asked about the possibility of Game 4 being his last home game as a member of the Heat: "I don't want to answer that one" because there is another game on Tuesday, he says.

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Dwyane Wade says the Sixers made Miami ‘pay' for its mistakes in Game 4. He's thoroughly impressed by Philadelphia, which has won 19 of its last 20 dating back to the regular season.

76ers win chippy Game 4 battle against Heat (2:17)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

James Johnson said he knows that Robert Covington isn't a dirty player and he doesn't have an issue with how things unfolded in the skirmish. He chalks it up to players defending their teammates.

Simmons, 76ers persevere to take 3-1 lead (0:59)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Brown says he expected there to be a skirmish in Game 4 but credits his players and coaches because no player left the bench and there were no ejections.

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Brett Brown says Joel Embiid was ‘massive' defensively in Game 4 and says Ben Simmons controlled the game late. "I think there is greatness in both of those players," he says.

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Simmons in rare company with triple-double

Ben Simmons had the first playoff triple-double by a rookie in nearly 40 years, JJ Redick scored 24 points, and the Philadelphia 76ers outlasted the Miami Heat 106-102 on Saturday to move within a victory of the second round.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Brown credits his team for winning both playoff games in Miami but says he sees ‘so many' areas where they can improve if they hope to continue to advance.

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Brett Brown: "I'm shocked that we won this game."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Brown says it's "mind-boggling" that the Sixers were able to win Game 4 despite 26 turnovers.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sixers have outscored the Heat by a combined 42 points in the fourth quarters of the ffour games of their first-round series.

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‘Trust the Process' chants break out in the corridors of America Airlines arena after the Sixers' Game 4 win.

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‘E-A-G-L-E-S' chants break out in the corridors of America Airlines arena after the Sixers' Game 4 win.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Simmons' triple double helps lift the Sixers to a 106-102 win over the Heat in Game 4. Philadelphia wins both games in Miami to take a 3-1 series lead.

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Dwyane Wade misses his second free throw and JJ Redick, gets the rebound and is fouled. He hits both free throws to put Philly up four.

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.423rd
Rebounds Per Game43.5Tied-18th
Assists Per Game22.717th
Points Allowed102.94th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-184438.537
2016-174141.500
2015-164834.585
2014-153745.451
2013-145428.659