Bobcats at 76ers
8 p.m., Wells Fargo Center
TV: SportSouth. Radio: WFNZ-AM 610
|Pos, Player||Ppg||Rpg||Pos, Player||Ppg||Rpg|
|G, K. Walker||17.8||3.5||G, J. Holiday||19.3||4.2|
|G, G. Henderson||12.5||3.3||G, N. Young||11.2||2.4|
|F, J. Taylor||6.7||2.1||F, E. Turner||13.7||6.6|
|F, J. Adrien||4.5||4.5||F. L. Allen||6.5||6.2|
|C, B. Biyombo||4.4||6.9||C, S. Hawes||9.9||6.2|
Matchup to Watch
Kemba Walker vs. Jrue Holiday: Two speedsters who are best in transition. The Sixers want to run as much as the Bobcats and often with more success.
• The Sixers have played great defense of late, holding opponents under 40 percent shooting in their past three games.
• Walker has 21 assists, compared to six turnovers, in his past four games against the Sixers.
• Ex-Bobcat Jason Richardson has a left knee injury will shut him down for the rest of the Sixers season
• Ex-Bobcats center Kwame Brown has fallen out of Philadelphias rotation, playing in only one of the Sixers past four games
• Former Bobcats assistant Jeff Capel is now on Philadelphias staff with Doug Collins.
Did you know?
That big Dwight Howard-Andre Iguodala-Andrew Bynum trade defines delayed gratification in Philadelphia. Bynum has yet to play a game as a Sixer due to a knee-bone bruise.