James Harden made Sixers playoff history in Game 4 win over Heat

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The Philadelphia 76ers got themselves back in this series with the Miami Heat after earning a 116-108 win at home in Game 4 on Sunday. The Sixers went down 2-0 quickly in that series as they had a tough time without Joel Embiid, but they bounced back with two wins at home.

A big reason why Philadelphia was able to win Game 4 was due to the fact that James Harden had a classic Harden game in the fourth quarter. The Beard had 16 points in the final frame and he knocked down four triples in the quarter as well to seal it for the Sixers.

On the night, Harden finished with 31 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds while knocking down six triples. He is the first player in Sixers playoff history to score 30+ points, 5+ assists, 5+ rebounds, and 5+ triples in a game.

Harden will be looking to lead the Sixers back into Miami for Game 5 against the Heat. If Philadelphia is able to pick up the win, they will return home with a 3-2 lead and a chance to move on to the Eastern Conference finals.

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