20-35 from the floor, 5-10 from the line. Only weakness was 5-11 from the line (missed his first 6) but he hit the biggest, after converting an And One with 1.8 seconds left in OT to tie it, and then the FT won the game.
He’s healthy and he is a major problem. He’s played extremely well in all three games (all wins) so far but tonight was off the charts. I can’t recall a better individual performance in a long, long time from a Detroit player, especially against a good opponent like Philly.