Joel Embiid drops 70, breaking Wilt Chamberlain's 76ers record

Joel Embiid's historic performance as he scores 70 points, breaking Wilt Chamberlain's 76ers record of 68 points in a single NBA game.

Embiid joins an exclusive club as the ninth player in NBA history to reach the 70-point milestone, putting him in the same conversation as legends like Wilt Chamberlain.

Embiid's remarkable line of 70 points, 18 rebounds, and 5 assists sets a new NBA record, showcasing an extraordinary all-around performance.

Embiid's efficient shooting night: 24-for-41 from the field and an impressive 21-for-23 from the foul line, solidifying his dominance on the court.

A career-high 18 rebounds, 5 assists, one steal, and one block in just 36 minutes highlight Embiid's versatility and impact in all aspects of the game.

Embiid's explosive start with 24 points in the first quarter and 34 by halftime set the tone for a record-breaking night.

Witness the breathtaking moment when Embiid closed the third quarter with a remarkable stepback 3-pointer, showcasing his offensive prowess.

76ers coach Nick Nurse reflects on the realization of Embiid's historic night, acknowledging the challenge of defending against such an extraordinary performance.

Embiid credits his teammates for their unselfish play, emphasizing their role in his record-setting achievement.

Joel Embiid's incredible season: leading the league in scoring, averaging 36.1 points per game, and on track to make NBA history with a scoring pace only matched by Wilt Chamberlain.