In a dazzling display of offensive prowess, Cam Thomas dominated with a remarkable 40-point performance, leading the Brooklyn Nets (20-28) to a convincing 136-121 win over the injury-plagued Philadelphia 76ers (30-18) on Saturday.

Amidst the electrifying victory, former Sixer Ben Simmons found himself in the spotlight at Wells Fargo Center, facing a barrage of boos from the home crowd.

Despite failing to score in his return to Philadelphia, Simmons made his presence felt with nine rebounds and five assists in just 14 minutes on the court.

Reflecting on the boos, Simmons commented after the game, telling Andrew Crane of New York Post, “It’s funny to me. I got grown men pissed off and yelling at me. … It’s not that deep. It’s sports, but it comes with it, so I enjoy it.”