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Monday, April 25, 2011

Living To See Another Day

The Philadelphia 76ers are on their way back to Miami for Game 5 after using a 10-0 run capped off by a Lou Williams (17 points) game-winning three-pointer with eight ticks remaining to help them to a 86-82 victory on Apr. 24 in Game 4.
Philly showed a lot of heart with their backs against the wall down 3-0 in the series. They fought and scrapped throughout the game to split their two playoff home games 1-1.
The rookie of out Ohio State, Evan Turner was a bright spot in this victory (along with Williams), scoring a playoff career-high 17 points and grabbed six rebounds, while guarding superstar LeBron James at times during the game.
The 76ers bench showed up as always and produced 36 points on 14-of-33-shots from the fields. They also outrebounded the Heat 49-41 after being dominated on the boards in the previous three games of the series.
There's little hope left as this young team travels back to South Beach to try and win their first game on the road in this series and come within a game of locking this series at 3 games on Wednesday.

1 comment:

  1. I missed the game now I wish I had watched it.