76ers not worried after dropping Game 1

76ers not worried after dropping Game 1

CAMDEN, N.J. -- With the Philadelphia 76ers regrouping Sunday with what coach Brett Brown called "classroom-type stuff" to counter the Brooklyn Nets in their first-round series, guard Jimmy Butler did some philosophizing of his own.

Editor's Picks After disjointed Game 1 loss, Sixers are feeling the pressure With Joel Embiid hobbled, Philadelphia's winning formula was thrown off, and the deep run the team expected is off to a false start.

Johnson busted with cell in game, fined by 76ers Philadelphia's Amir Johnson was seen with a cellphone on the bench during the Sixers' Game 1 loss to the Nets on Saturday.

Teammate Joel Embiid, to whom Johnson showed his phone screen when they were sitting next to each other, said Johnson's daughter was "extremely sick" and he was "checking on her."

When asked about his daughter on Sunday, Johnson said, "she's fine," before explaining why it was important to him to talk to the team.

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