By Tommy Matthews

Jalen McDaniels led the Sixers with 24 points (8-for-17 FGs), 11 rebounds, three assists, three steals, one block and two 3-pointers in a 136-131 overtime win at Atlanta.

Philly are locked in as the 3-seed in the East, so none of their top six players suited up for this game, which allowed for plenty of unsung heroes to fill up the box score along with McDaniels, who came close to setting a new career-high in scoring.

Shake Milton put up 15 points and 16 assists, which set a new career-high for dimes.

Danuel House and Georges Niang scored 22 and 24 points.

Jaden Springer got the first start of his career. His previous career-high for points was 10 and for minutes was nine, but he scored 19 points in 34 minutes in this one.

Philly will likely roll out a similar lineup for their final game of the season, so a lot of these guys will be worth streaming on Sunday.

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