Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers will be extremely frustrated with the way their season came to an end.

The 76ers were soundly defeated at home by the Miami Heat in Game 6 of their second-round series.

A lot of blame has been cast on multiple people within the 76ers organization.

But Joel Embiid believes that it is himself and the rest of the 76ers players that need to be held accountable for the loss.

During his post-game press conference, Joel Embiid spoke about Daryl Morey, the 76ers president of basketball operations, praising him for the work he has done building the team

"Pretty good. Since Daryl has got here I think he has done a fantastic job...Seth was a huge part of what we did, and this year bringing in Andre, who helped us a lot."

With regards to blaming management or the coaching staff, Embiid actually accepted the blame on behalf of the players.

"At some point you gotta stop looking at the coaches or the front office...the players also gotta do their jobs."

Despite Embiid's comments, Doc Rivers has been blamed a lot for their playoff performance who seemed to get defensive during his post-game press conference.

Embiid also seemed to change his tune with regards to James Harden, as he told fans that he is no longer the player he was in Houston.