"Me and Ben, we have a lot of room to grow", Embiid said. "We're going to be fine". But by pairing Embiid with 2016 No. 1 pick Ben Simmons, Philadelphia found a young one-two punch as intimidating as any in the National Basketball Association.
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In order to build on the foundation that the Sixers built this season in terms of success, Embiid knows that both he and Ben Simmons need to step their game up, and learn from this experience.
"I think it is a mutual appreciation", Redick told reporters Thursday, a day after Philly's season ended in Game 5 with a loss to the Boston Celtics. "I will let [Sixers president and general manager Bryan Colangelo], my agent and the events over the next two months play out, and we will make a decision". "And it'll be a lot easier for us to come in and get games done and not put ourselves in a hole like we did". "I feel like I had a lot more to go". "[Simmons] came up to me, showed me his hands, and he was like 'There's going to be a lot of rings on these'".
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Sixers fans will love this confidence amongst their own players as it truly means there could be a bright future ahead of this group of players.
"The feeling right now is I didn't want to be done", Simmons said. However, they'll be disappointed they're now out of the playoffs, especially after entering the postseason on a 16-game winning streak and dispatching the Miami Heat in five games in the first round.
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