Feb 06, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers forward Arnett Moultrie (5) shoots during the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Pacers defeated the Sixers 88-69. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Indiana Pacers vs Philadelphia 76ers Recap

The Sixers streak has seized and it comes at the hands of George Hill and the Indiana Pacers. George Hill, Paul George and David West all scored at least 15 points a piece. The Sixers looked a little confused on the defensive end although they only allowed 88 points to a team to usually scores 90 plus. Even though the team lost tonight the Sixers had some pretty good provisions in tonight’s game. Rookie Arnett Moultrie stepped up tonight with 12 points. It was big because the Sixers have not had luck with big men, but Moultrie seems to mold well with Jrue Holiday. He had several highlight dunks and Lavoy Allen also added 12 points but as the team only scored 14 points in the 3rd quarter, it was not enough. They played with a lot of hustle, but as I stated earlier the team needed to get out and score in bunches. The Sixers shot for just 34.5% in the game and in the NBA that does not simply cut it. The Sixers hit the floor Saturday night with game seven of eight at home. They play host to the Charlotte Bobcats who are a mediocre team to say the least.

Breaking News: According to sources, Sixers have lost SG Jason Richardson to season ending knee surgery.

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