Joel Embiid expressed his satisfaction at being mentioned alongside basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain after achieving a remarkable feat in NBA history. Scoring 70 points in a single game against the San Antonio Spurs, Embiid not only secured a victory for the Sixers but also surpassed Chamberlain’s franchise record of 68 points.
Embiid, who finished the game with an unprecedented line of 70 points, 18 rebounds, and 5 assists, reflected on the accomplishment, acknowledging Wilt Chamberlain’s historic contributions to the league and basketball as a whole. He appreciated being in the same conversation as the iconic figure.
Describing the night as “great,” Embiid credited his teammates’ unselfishness for continuously feeding him the ball, enabling him to capitalize on scoring opportunities. His impressive 24-for-41 field goals and 21-for-23 free throws showcased his scoring prowess. Notably, Embiid achieved the remarkable 70 points with a coast-to-coast layup over multiple defenders.
With no director assigned to the movie, franchise producers Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley, along with executive producer Steven Spielberg, are overseeing the development. The upcoming installment is anticipated to offer a fresh take on the dinosaur saga, possibly introducing an entirely new cast.
David Koepp, known for his contributions to Jurassic Park and The Lost World, among other successful films, brings valuable experience to ensure the movie’s success.
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