Here we are. The Sixers have now dropped 26 games in-a-row. James Harden went off for a triple-double and the Sixers were ousted. Philly has now tied the NBA record for a losing streak at 26 games. But there’s a silver lining here. The Sixers lost tonight, but the MILWAUKEE BUCKS WON. THEY WON A BASKETBALL GAME. Meaning the Sixers are ONE GAME BACK from that coveted worst record in the league. Eyes on the prize Philly, eyes on the prize. Let’s view some quick hits from the game.
- James Anderson was one of the only high points for the Sixers, scoring 30 points on 6-of-11 from deep. This was his second 30-point performance of his career, and both have came against his former team in the Houston Rockets.
- Henry Sims had another impressive outing, posting 18 points and six rebounds.
- Philadephia shot 39 percent from the floor for the entire game, not exactly a recipe for success.
- Violet Palmer refereed this game, so that’s interesting.
Tweet of the Game:
Sixers lose. Bucks win. ONE GAME AWAY.
— Michael Levin (@Michael_Levin) March 28, 2014