SIXERS CLOSE OUT SEASON WITH A WIN
For their final game of the 2013-2014 season, the 76ers visited the Miami Heat. With both Bosh and LeBron sitting, the Sixers held the lead from the end of the first quarter until the final buzzer, winning 100-87. Philadelphia ended the season the way they started it, with a win over the Heat (which sounds nice if you ignore the 63 losses in between).
The Sixers welcomed their division-rival Celtics to Philadelphia Monday night, after falling to both the Grizzlies and Bobcats over the weekend. A decisive 2nd quarter would put the Sixers ahead for good, although Philly gave their fans a scare with a sloppy 3rd quarter and final minutes of the 4th as they almost gave the game away. The 113-108 would snap a 4 game slide for the Sixers.
76ERS FALL SHORT IN TORONTO
Coming off a close loss to the Nets, the Sixers travelled to Toronto to play the Atlantic-division leading Raptors. The 76ers were never too far out of it but the Raptors' offense tore Philly's defense open. The Sixers' league-worst defense let up 125 points in another loss on the road as the Sixers were defeated 125-114.
SIXERS DEMOLISHED BY BOBCATS
The 76ers got beat badly at home on Wednesday as the Charlotte Bobcats defeated Philadelphia for the second time this year. The Bobcats rocketed ahead from the start of the game and the Sixers could not catch up. Philly lost 123-93.