Final: Pacers 106 - Sixers 98
Philadelphia: Michael Carter-Williams - 29 Pts, 6 Reb, 3 Ast, 7 Stl
Indiana: Roy Hibbert - 27 Pts, 13 Reb, 6 Blk
- The Sixers were without Thaddeus Young (personal reasons), Spencer Hawes (left knee injury), and Tony Wroten (lower back injury) against the league's best team.
- Indiana outscored Philadelphia in each of the first three quarters.
- The Sixers opened up the fourth quarter on a 16-3 run to take a two point lead at 82-80.
- Hollis Thompson was in double-figures for the second straight game for the Sixers.
- All five Pacers starters were in double figures with four of them going for 17 points or more.
- Michael Carter-Williams scored a career-high 29 points on 11-for-21 (52.4%) shooting from the field.
- Daniel Orton (10 points and 10 rebounds) and Evan Turner (21 points and 11 rebounds) both put up double-doubles for the Sixers.
- No player off Indiana's bench scored more than four points.
- The 76ers shot just 4-for-25 (16.0%) from three-point range while the Pacers weren't much better shooting 5-for-18 (27.8%) from beyond the arc.
- An incredible 23 of the Sixers' 54 rebounds were off the offensive glass.
- The Sixers attempted 102 shots from the field compared to just 76 for the Pacers.
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