Along with the offensive explosion, Embiid chipped in 18 rebounds, four assists and four blocks. He connected on 11 of his 18 shots from the field and 19 of his 22 free-throw attempts.
Here's a look at his highlights from the standout performance:
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Stars Invest in Plant-Based Food as Vegetarianism Sweeps NBA
The NBA Got Some Wild Techs This Season
Jarrett Allen Is One of the NBA’s Hottest Rim Protectors
Wade's Jersey Swaps Created Epic Moments This Season
Westbrook Makes History While Honoring Nipsey Hussle
Devin Booker Makes History with Scoring Tear
29 Years Ago, Jordan Dropped Career-High 69 Points
Bosh Is Getting His Jersey Raised to the Rafters in Miami
Steph Returns to Houston for 1st Time Since His Moon Landing Troll
Lou Williams Is Coming for a Repeat of Sixth Man of the Year
Pat Beverley Has the Clippers Stealing the LA Shine
LeBron Keeps Shredding NBA Record Books
Young's Hot Streak Is Heating Up the ROY Race with Luka
LeBron and 2 Chainz Form a Superteam to Release a New Album
Wade's #OneLastDance Dominated February
Warriors Fans Go Wild After Unforgettable Moments with Steph
Eight Years Ago, the Nuggets Traded Melo to the Knicks
Two Years Ago, the Kings Shipped Boogie to the Pelicans
ASG Will Be Competitive Again If the NBA Raises the Stakes
Embiid has been on a tear since the calendar turned to November. The center has now scored at least 39 points in three of his five appearances this month. He's also averaged 14.6 rebounds, 2.8 blocks and 2.4 assists in those contests.
His individual success has translated to a 4-1 mark for the 76ers. Their only loss during that span came when the 24-year-old Cameroon native tallied just 16 points, his second-lowest mark of the season, further illustrating his importance to the Eastern Conference contenders.
Embiid and the Sixers return to action Saturday night with a road game against the Memphis Grizzlies.