Put Michael Carter-Williams' shooting numbers aside for a minute and consider his growth in other categories.
Michael Carter-Williams' shooting is a serious problem, one that can't be completely excused by the lack of talent around of him.
After watching his team lose to the Sixers by 20 -- their largest margin of victory this season -- Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy was ripped the Pistons. "I mean, it was a joke," Van Gundy said.
5dKlay Thompson's historic night was the latest moment in an insane season in which the Warriors keep raising the bar higher and higher.
5dA surprise All-Star Game starter, Villanova product Kyle Lowry discussed that and more while in Philly playing the Sixers.
5dThe slumping Sixers get right back to action when they visit the Memphis Grizzlies for the second game of a back-to-back set on Saturday night (8 p.m./CSN).
6dKlay Thompson scored the most points in a quarter in NBA history, a 37-point third period that powered the Warriors past the Kings.
6dBrett Brown's team was neck-and-neck with the Raptors Friday night until Philly native Kyle Lowry took over in the fourth to hand the Sixers a 91-86 loss.
6dMichael Carter-Williams and the Sixers took the Raptors to the wire Friday, but failed to make the key plays late in a 91-86 loss.
6dIt turns out Sixers guard Tony Wroten, who has missed five straight games with a nagging knee injury, has a torn ACL and is out indefinitely.
How many games will the Sixers win this season?
10 or less