The Knicks vs. 76ers playoff series appears to be getting chippier by the game.

We’ll see if the physicality and trash-talking ramps up even more Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia, where the Knicks will attempt to take a 3-1 series lead after dropping Game 3 on Thursday.

Joel Embiid exploded for 50 points while also getting called for a controversial foul, dangerously grabbing Mitchell Robinson’s lower leg but avoiding an ejection.

Donte DiVincenzo called it a “dirty” play, but the 76ers’ Kelly Oubre disagreed and essentially told the Knicks not to “cry” about it.

Can the Knicks get back on track and have a chance to win the series at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday?

Or will Philly take care of business at home again to level the series?

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