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76ers Fans Get $6 For Every Playoff 3-Pointer Your Team Makes At Unibet!

If you are based in Pennsylvania, then there is a good chance that you will be following the fortunes of the Philadelphia 76ers in their quest to go deep in the NBA Playoffs.

We’ll bring you a recap of how Joel Embiid and co are getting on shiortly, but first off, let’s explore a fantastic offer for new punters in PA that is available right now at Unibet.

Remember, this offer is only for new Unibet customers located in Pennsylvania,  though new customers in other states such as Indiana do have access to a slightly different offer.

Bet $20 To Win $6 For Every 3-Pointer The 76ers Make

To qualify for this offer, all you need to do is sign up as a new customer with Unibet in PA and place a bet of $20 from your cash balance on the moneyline market of any 76ers Second Round NBA Playoff game against the Atlanta Hawks.

Then for every 3-pointer that any 76ers player hits during the game that you have bet on, you will receive $6 in free bet credits for each successful score.

So for example, if the 76ers hit 20 3 point shots in the game you bet on to qualify for the offer, then you would receive 20x$6, which is $120 in bonus funds.

Remember, you will receive this bonus cash regardless of whether you win your qualifying bet or not, so this is a fantastic way to guarantee yourself some bonus funds, regardless of whether your original bet is a winner.

So, the question is which game are you going to bet on and how are the 76ers doing against the Hawks in their quest to move into the NBA Conference Final?

76ers V Hawks Series Tied At 1-1

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After strolling through their opening playoff series against the Washington Wizards 4-1, the 76ers started Round 2 against the Hawks with a narrow 128-124 defeat. A late comeback not quite enough to close the gap on the Hawks who had swooped to an early lead in the game and then held onto it as the 76ers fought back.

There was no doubt then that there was real pressure on the 76ers heading into their second home game of the series. They did not want to head to Atalanta losing the series 2-0 and at risk of a humiliating 4-0 defeat.

Therefore, the 76ers needed a big game from their star man Joel Embiid and he delivered, netting 40 points, 2 assists and 13 rebounds as he led the 76ers to a 118-102 victory to tie the series 1-1.

Ably supported by Tobias Harris with 22 points and Seth Curry with 21, as well as a sterling defensive effort from Ben Simmons who kept Trae Young relatively quiet, Philadelphia got back into the series in what was a game that ebbed and flowed.

Hawks Fight Back After 76ers Make Fast Start

No doubt stung by the fast start the Hawks made in Game 1, the 76ers raced out to a 13-point lead in the first quarter, but in the second, the Hawks narrowed that gap down to just two points at the half.

However, in the second half, the 76ers extended that lead in the third quarter and then did likewise in the fourth to register what was ultimately a comfortable win.

The series now heads to Atlanta for two games on the Hawks home court with the next game in the series taking place on Friday night.

In last night’s other NBA Playoff game, the Utah Jazz narrowly defeated the LA Clippers 112-109 after Donovan Mitchell led a fine fightback by the Jazz, scoring 45 points to put the Western Conference #1 seed 1-0 up in their series.


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