When/Where: 8 p.m., Philadelphia
TV: Fox Sports Sun, Radio: 790-AM, 106.3-FM, 98.3-FM (Spanish)
Scouting report: This is the second game of the best-of-seven opening-round playoff series. … The 76ers won the opener 130-103 Saturday, to extend their overall winning streak to 17, in the highest-scoring playoff game by a Heat opponent. … The 76ers outscored the Heat 74-43 in Saturday’s second half, the largest single-half differential in a playoff game since 1982. … It was the 76ers’ first playoff victory since Game 6 of the 2012 Eastern Conference semifinals against the Celtics. … The 76ers’ 18 3-pointers in Game 1 obliterated the previous franchise postseason record of 11. … The Heat are 8-11 in series when they lose the first game. … The Heat have won only twice on the road since Jan. 29. … The 14 assists by 76ers guard Ben Simmons in Game 1 were the most in a playoff game by a rookie since Spud Webb had 18 in 1986. … The 26 points by in Game 1 matched the postseason career high by the Heat big man. … This is the second postseason meeting between the teams, with the Heat winning 4-1 in the 2011 first round on the way to the Finals. … Until Saturday’s loss, the Heat had won their previous 12 playoff games when scoring 100 or more. … For the Heat, (ankle) is out. … For the 76ers, Joel Embiid (face) and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrat (knee) are out.
— Ira Winderman
Referees: Scott Foster (#48), Tony Brothers (#25), Karl Lane (#77), Gary Zielinski (Alternate, #59) (with Pat Fraher in Replay Center).
Pregame note of note: ‘s 26 points off the bench in Game 1 were the most by the Heat reserve in team postseason history, surpassing the previous record of 25 points by james jones on May 1, 2011 vs. the