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Doc Rivers questioned the officials’ decisions in the fourth quarter of the Philadelphia 76ers’ loss to the Brooklyn Nets. Rivers claimed the Sixers were the more aggressive team in the fourth quarter going to the paint.

During this stint, the Sixers received zero fouling calls on shooting attempts. Rivers expressed his disappointment as his team dropped its third game in a row.

(via Tim Bontemps of ESPN):

“I thought Joel got fouled the last three post possessions, and-ones, and none was called,” Rivers said in the post-game presser.

“I don’t know how a team can play the fourth quarter of a game where we’re driving the ball and posting the ball and they have zero fouls. It’s hard to play a quarter in the NBA and commit no fouls. Very surprised by that.”

Embiid had 11 free throws during the first three quarters of the game. He never went to the free-throw line during the fourth quarter as the Sixers fell short to the shorthanded Nets.

Philadelphia has now lost games on back-to-back nights to opponents (Miami and Brooklyn) that were missing key pieces due to injury or COVID protocols.