Stay-at-home orders must be going well for the all-star center if he is both ready, and able, to be on the court for 38 minutes per game. Embiid averaged 30.4 mpg in last year's NBA Playoffs - which ended in epic fashion on a Kawhi Leonard game 7 buzzer-beater in the semi-finals. For perspective, Embiid's averaged 30.6 minuter per game for his career and over the course of this season, he stands at 30.2. This may be a tall order for the oft-injured Embiid, as he's had trouble staying in shape and getting winded late in games. Hopefully Brown's confidence in Embiid to get a substantive boost in playing time comes with NBA fans and fantasy owners seeing the best version of Embiid, when it matters most.