Joel Embiid dunks all over Aron Baynes

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Tempers flared in Game Four between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics and Joel Embiid was at the center of it all.

But the two shots Joel Embiid seemed to enjoy were the ones that Boston point guard Terry Rozier delivered to Embiid's chest during a brief scrum late in the second quarter.

Rozier, who was involved in a minor beef with Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe in the Celtics' opening playoff series, took the high road when asked about the incident with Embiid.

"S-t, I'm ready to go now", he said. "To set the record straight I wake up every morning not anxious about nobody, no man on this earth".

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Rozier's teammate Marcus Morris found Embiid's willingness to talk smack an interesting choice given the state of the series.

It's shown up a couple of times on the court in some extracurriculars, such as when he tried to slap the dead ball out of the hands of Terry Rozier, who was having none of it and is not going to back down. "But hey, we're all different". Both players received technical fouls in the Sixers' 103-92 win. "They had a lot to say". Game 5 is Wednesday night in Boston. They did what they're supposed to do. In the 39 minutes he played on Monday night, he finished with 19 points, seven rebounds, and five assists while shooting 75 percent from the field and 1-of-1 from the three-point range.

Monday, FS1's Chris Broussard said on TV that James is intrigued by the possibility of moving to the wing - he's ball-dominant for the Cavaliers, obviously - and playing alongside his friend, Ben Simmons, and for the Sixers.

The Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics have been embroiled in a heated series in the second round of the NBA Playoffs.

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