Nov 1, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes (00) shoots the ball as Washington Wizards power forward Trevor Booker (35) defends in the fourth quarter at Verizon Center. The 76ers won 109-102. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Sixers Improve To 2-0 With Victory Over Wizards

Nov 1, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes (00) shoots the ball as Washington Wizards power forward Trevor Booker (35) defends in the fourth quarter at Verizon Center. The 76ers won 109-102. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

After coming off of an incredible 114-110 win over the Miami Heat, the Sixers traveled to Washington to take on the Wizards Friday night at the Verizon Center.

The Wizards started off the game hot in the first quarter, as John Wall could not be stopped. Michael Carter-Williams struggled to make his baskets, and the Sixers struggled to keep up. At the end of one, Washington took the big, 33-21. In the second, the Sixers still weren’t rolling. While at times in the quarter they cut down the deficit, they still struggled to get consistent. Entering halftime, the score was 54-44 Wizards. The third quarter was where everything changed. The Sixers went on a few runs and by the end of the third, the score was tied, 74-74. In the fourth quarter, the Sixers still managed to fall behind again for a good majority of the beginning of the quarter, but about midway through the quarter, the Sixers took the lead. After MCW and Spencer Hawes hit a few clutch three’s, and held on to their lead, the Sixers went on to win 109-102.

As the Wizards fall to 0-2, the Sixers are still undefeated, 2-0, and have scored more than one hundred points in those two games.

Top Performers 

  • Evan Turner
  • Michael Carter-Williams
  • Spencer Hawes

Sixers MVP of the Game

  • Thaddeus Young (32 MIN, 14-20 FGM-FGA, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 steal, 29 points)

Next 76ers Game Full schedule »
Wednesday, Oct 2929 Oct7:00at Indiana PacersBuy Tickets

Tags: Evan Turner John Wall Michael Carter-Williams Philadelphia 76ers Spencer Hawes Thaddeus Young Washington Wizards

comments powered by Disqus