Joel Embiid has maintained his dominance and efficiency since returning from a partially torn meniscus.
Embiid is receiving steady treatment on the knee, as he forges ahead in the postseason.
"Playing with a torn meniscus is not easy," Embiid said. "Pain is going to be there. You just got to manage it. Tonight, rolling on my ankle, and falling on my back, it's tough. But, it's the playoffs, I can't complain. I'm here to play. I've said in the past, whatever I can do, I'm gonna give it the best I got. Even if I'm playing injured, I still got to do my job. That's why they pay me, and I want to win the championship."
Embiid had eight assists in Game 3 as he sought open shots for his teammates.
"I've come a long way," Embiid said. "But, I feel like this year the game just slowed down for me. The way I see the floor is completely different than previous years ... I just try to make the best play possible. Even if I got to get a shot up myself, there's so many ways I can do it."