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For the most part, it seemed like a go-through-the-motions kind of game for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Jerami Grant almost witnessed his older brother, Jerian, slay the Goliath of college basketball.
All the 76ers needed was a basket or two foul shots in the final 3 minutes, 56 seconds.
DeMar DeRozan scored a career-high 42 points as the Raptors beat Houston.
Avery Bradley had 30 points and eight rebounds, and the Boston Celtics beat the Charlotte Hornets 116-104.
DeMarre Carroll scored 23 points and Kyle Korver put on quite a shooting display in the third quarter.
The Sixers take on the Lakers on Monday at the Wells Fargo Center.
A look at some of the best and worst performances from the Cavaliers’ 87-86 victory over the 76ers.
Inside the Sixers: 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie got it right. Everyone else undervalued Nerlens Noel.
As the NBA regular season winds down, there are really only two reasons to watch the 76ers play these days.
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