Final: Nets 130 - Sixers 94
Philadelphia: James Anderson - 17 Pts, 3 Reb, 3 Ast
Brooklyn: Joe Johnson - 37 Pts, 7 Reb, 5 Ast
- Despite only trailing by 10 after the first quarter, the Sixers trailed by as many as 16 in the first frame.
- The Nets jumped out to a lead by hitting six of their first nine three-point attempts in the first quarter.
- After an even second quarter, Brooklyn took a 10-point lead to the locker room.
- The Nets proceeded to outscore the Sixers 72-46 in the second half.
- Philadelphia trailed by as many as 40 in the fourth quarter.
- Joe Johnson outscored the Sixers in the third quarter by himself 26-25 while tying Michael Redd's NBA record with eight three pointers in the quarter.
- Six Nets were in double figures with Andray Blatche scoring 20 points off the bench.
- Brooklyn shot 21-for-35 (60.0%) from three-point range while the Sixers shot just 8-for-30 (26.7%) from beyond the arc.
- James Anderson led the Sixers in scoring with 17 points in 26 minutes off the bench.
- Only two Philadelphia starters - Thaddeus Young (14 points) and Tony Wroten (13 points) - were in double figures.
- The loss was the seventh straight for the Sixers and 11th out of their last 12.
- It was the second consecutive game in which the 76ers allowed 130 or more points.
- The Sixers are now 1-10 without Michael Carter-Williams this season.
- The last time the Sixers won in regulation was way back on November 8th.
The Sixers are off until Friday when they take on the Brooklyn Nets at the Wells Fargo Center. Tip-off is slated for 7:00 pm.
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