Player grades: Tobias Harris leads undermanned Sixers past Kings at home

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia 76ers returned home on Friday to play host to the Sacramento Kings looking to end their 3-game losing skid. Still missing Joel Embiid due to a bothersome left knee, the Sixers needed contributions from just about everybody in order to walk away with a win in this one.

That is exactly what happened as the Sixers knocked off the Kings 112-93 at home to end the skid. Tobias Harris was fantastic as he led Philadelphia with 37 points and seven rebounds while also playing excellent defense.

Tyrese Maxey added 21 points and four assists, Nic Batum had 14 points and six rebounds, Paul Reed had eight, seven rebounds, and three blocks, and De’Anthony Melton had six. Mo Bamba added 11 and four blocks and Patrick Beverley gave four, nine rebounds, and seven assists off the bench.

Here are the player grades following the win:

Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire