With the series tied at two games apiece, the Philadelphia 76ers had a prime opportunity to go onto the Toronto Raptors home court and steal a big win. Instead, the Raptors obliterated the 76ers from start to finish and ended up winning the game by 36 points, 125-89. The win gives the Raptors a 3-2 lead in the series and they will have an opportunity to end the series in Game 6.

One of the biggest stories of the game was Joel Embiid who only scored 13 points and was complaining about an illness for a second-straight game. Afterward, Embiid admitted that he needs to be better and that a lot of the responsibility falls on him.

"It sucks," Embiid said according to ESPN. "I know I got to do a better job for us to win. I got to do the little things. When I'm needed to score the ball, I got to show up. Setting screens, I got to do a better job of rebounding the ball. So that's on me. ... I just got to do more."

Embiid's teammate Jimmy Butler chimed in about his play, saying the team knows he will be able to bounce back.

"Not concerned, man," Butler said of Embiid. "We're going to ride or die with big fella. Everybody around this locker room knows that. Everybody in the world should know it. The fans should know it."

Game 6 goes down on Thursday in Philadelphia.