Sixers Bell Ringer standingsJoel Embiid - 14James Harden - 13Tobias Harris - 5Tyrese Maxey - 4Shake Milton - 4Paul Reed - 2De'Anthony Melton - 1Georges Niang - 1Montrezl Harrell - 1The rest of Philadelphia might have been busy with the game at Lincoln Financial Field, but the Sixers were wrapping up their five-game road trip out west in dramatic fashion, overcoming a 21-point deficit to defeat the Sacramento Kings 129-127 on Saturday night. Both Joel Embiid and James Harden sat this one out for injury recovery/management for their respective foot injuries, and their absence was felt out of the gate. The Kings quickly jumped out to a double-digit lead courtesy of their hot shooting and a number of Sixers' turnovers. The Kings' efficiency continued, allowing the hosts to put up 74 points in the first half, but a buzzer-beater long three from Danuel House Jr. cut the Kings' lead to 10 points at the break. Full due credit to Sacramento, but the Sixers made it easy to build a lead on them in the first half, turning over the ball 11 times and allowing 21 points off those turnovers. The Sixers battled back to start off the second half, turning a once 21-point Kings' lead to a tie game, and ultimately the Sixers' lead. The surge was led by Tyrese Maxey being absolutely on fire putting up 15 points in the third from basically everywhere on the floor. The visitors carried a six-point lead into the final quarter Georges Niang Jersey. The Kings battled back within one with just over two minutes to play, and were even sent to the line to shoot three, down three with just four seconds to play, but the Sixers were able to hold on to a 129-127 victory. After the five-game road trip sweep, the 30-16 Sixers now sit alone at second in the East. Without their leaders, the Sixers all came together in this one to make the push from behind and ultimately grab the victory, with six players scoring in double-digits. But there can only be one Bell Ringer. Tyrese Maxey: 32 points, 3 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 turnoversDarren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports With both Embiid and Harden out for injury management, Maxey was swapped back into the starting five after a few games successfully being featured as the sixth man. Maxey's shooting was a bit off for the first half, shooting just 4-12 from the floor for 11 points by the break, but Maxey really shined in the third, which ended up being the turning point of the game Wilt Chamberlain Jersey. With the Sixers entering the frame down 10, the kid sprung into action, sinking shots from long range, in the paint and everywhere in between for his 15-point quarter, pushing the Sixers into their first lead of the game. He wrapped it up with six in the fourth for his 32-point total.. and we're not even halfway through.