Final: Warriors 123 - Sixers 80
Philadelphia: Michael Carter-Williams - 24 Pts, 4 Reb, 3 Ast
Golden State: Marreese Speights - 32 Pts, 8 Reb, 3 Blk
- For the second consecutive night, the Sixers trailed by 33 or more points at halftime.
- After only trailing by eight after the first quarter, the Sixers were outscored 37-12 in the second quarter as Golden State closed the first half on a 19-0 run.
- Former Sixers first round pick Marreese Speights had a career-high 32 points and had 22 of those 32 before halftime, already setting his season-high.
- Michael Carter-Williams led the way for the Sixers with 24 points and was really the only Philadelphia player who showed any sign of life after halftime.
- The Warriors had six played in double-figures.
- James Anderson was a game-worst minus-42 in 26 minutes of action.
- The Sixers shot 36.7% from the field and 2-for-17 (11.8%) from beyond the arc.
- The Sixers are the second team in NBA history to lose back-to-back games by 40 or more points trailing only the 1993-94 Sixers.
- The combined 88 points that the Sixers lost by over the past two games is the third worst in NBA history behind the 1966-67 Detroit Pistons (-95) and the 1993-94 Sixers (-93).
- The loss was the seventh straight for the 76ers.
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