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- Davis powers Pelicans to 135-98 rout of 76ers Updated: Nov-17-13 12:12 am
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- Wroten's triple-double leads 76ers over Rockets Updated: Nov-13-13 10:50 pm
PHILADELPHIA - Lob City is undergoing renovations.
PHILADELPHIA - Playing their fourth game in five nights and missing their leading scorer, the sluggish Nuggets appeared well on their way to their third straight loss.
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - After watching Jeffery Taylor lead Charlotte to its latest win, Bobcats coach Steve Clifford was full of praise for his young star.
PHILADELPHIA - Michael Carter-Williams and Victor Oladipo gave the NBA a double dose of triple-double history.
PHILADELPHIA - The crowd greeted Jrue Holiday with a warm ovation in the All-Star's first trip back to Philadelphia since the 76ers traded him to the Pelicans over the summer.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana coach Frank Vogel found out shortly before tip-off that Philadelphia would be playing without some of its key players.
PHILADELPHIA - The Toronto Raptors are under .500 and on top of the Atlantic Division.
DALLAS - Monta Ellis dribbled near midcourt with the clock winding down in a sluggish first half for the Dallas Mavericks.
NEW ORLEANS - Anthony Davis was on his way to what might have been a memorable - and unusual - statistical line before he came out for good with more than three minutes still left in the third quarter.
PHILADELPHIA - Tony Wroten's first career start resulted in the first triple-double of his life.