Yesterday's Scores: 76ers 113, Suns 103; Duquesne 80, La Salle 67; Clippers 91, Pacers 89; Heat 102, Nets 98; Thunder 128, Knicks 122 (OT); #7 Xavier 73, #10 Providence 68; #11 Virginia 72, Wake Forest 71; Wisconsin 82, #19 Indiana 79 (OT); Georgetown 74, Creighton 73; Vanderbilt 60, Florida 59; LSU 89, Georgia 85; Penguins 2, Devils 0; Hurricanes 5, Blackhawks 0; Blue Jackets 5, Canadiens 2
Today's Schedule: Temple @ East Carolina - 7 PM (ESPN3); UMass @ St. Joe's - 7 PM; 76ers @ Pistons - 7:30 PM (CSN / 97.5 The Fanatic); Flyers @ Capitals - 8 PM (NBCSN / 93.3 WMMR); #5 TExas A&M @ Arkansas - 7 PM (ESPN); Auburn @ Ole Miss - 7 PM (SECN); Rockets @ Spurs - 8 PM (ESPN); Clippers @ Hawks - 8 PM; Tulsa @ Houston - 8 PM (ESPNEWS); #17 Baylor @ Oklahoma State - 9 PM (ESPNU); Avalanche @ Kings - 10:30 PM (NBCSN); Mavericks @ Warriors - 10:30 PM (ESPN); California @ Utah - 11 PM (ESPNU)
SIXERS TRUMP SUNS BY TEN
And that's not all that happened on the court! In Delaware, Jordan McRae of the Sixers D-League affiliate Delaware 87ers scored a career-high 61 points, along with 11 rebound and seven assists in a win over the Canton Charge. That 61-point day is also a D-League record. Trust the process.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE SIXERS NEWS!
ANOTHER TIGHT END GETS EXTENDED
Speaking of the future, Doug Pederson, Howie Roseman, Frank Reich, and Jim Schwartz were reportedly all at the first set of Senior Bowl practices. They've shown interest in a handful of players, especially quarterback Carson Wentz from North Dakota State. With the status of Sam Bradford still up in the air, it's a good look for the Eagles to search for one of the top three QBs in the draft, the other two are Paxton Lynch and Jared Goff. (REPORT)
Also, backup center David Molk probably wrote a book about how he hates the NFL.