The Philadelphia 76ers are 2-3 in their Eastern Conference Semifinals series against the Miami Heat. Now, with their backs against the wall, the Sixers are in a must-win situation heading into Game 6.

The mood in Philadelphia was a bit different than normal, according to Sixers beat reporter Gina Mizell. danny green and Tyrese Maxey usually have a lot to say at pregame shootaround availability with the media. However, they barely spoke ahead of Game 6.

As if their limited availability wasn’t enough, Green explained the reasoning behind his somber undertone Thursday morning during his short time with the media.

Like the rest of the Sixers team, Green is still coping with the 35-point loss Philadelphia suffered Tuesday night. Mizell tweeted his distraught quote, calling the Sixers’ Game 5 performance “inexcusable.”

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This is not what any team wants to hear from their most experienced playoff veteran, especially heading into Game 6 down 2-3.

Fortunately for Green and the Sixers, the series isn’t over yet. They still have a chance to turn the series around, and, according to Joel Embiid, it’s a pretty good chance.

The Sixers won both of their home games and lost all three of their away games in Miami. In other words, if things go the way they have throughout the series, the Sixers will win Game 6 in Philadelphia Thursday night and force Game 7. Unfortunately, that would take them back to Miami, which, as stated earlier, isn’t the ideal location for a Sixers win.