The Sixers (0-2) missed their last 14 shots and failed to score on the Bucks over the final 8:21 in a 93-81 loss Friday night in Milwaukee.
The Sixers failed to score a single point over the final 8:19 Friday, losing in Milwaukee for the 4th straight time, 93-81, to fall to 0-2 on the season.
Watch Bucks center Larry Sanders nearly drive to the hoop and score for the Sixers.
3yWith the series swinging to Philadelphia, the Sixers must defend their home floor against a Miami team that knows how to win on the road. By Reuben Frank
3ySince the first quarter of Game 1, the Sixers offense has struggling mightily against the talented Miami Heat.
3yMiami came out in Game 2 with a different level of intensity that Lou Williams and the Sixers were unable to match it as they fell in an 0-2 series hole. By Dei Lynam
3yEvan Turner gave the Sixers an early scoring spark in Game 2, but it wasn't nearly enough as they lost 94-73 to the Miami Heat. By Reuben Frank
3yDoug Collins stood up for Andre Iguodala's defensive prowess on Monday after the swingman finished eighth in Defensive Player of the Year voting. By Reuben Frank
3yAlthough Dwyane Wade missed practice on Sunday with a severe headache, he will be ready to play in Game 2 and Doug Collins didn't expect anything else. By Dei Lynam
3yMonday, April 18, 2011 Posted: 12:25 p.m. CSNPhilly.com Sixers (41-42) at Heat (59-24), 7 p.m. on TCN Team leaders Sixers: PPG Elton Brand (15.0); RPG Brand (8.3); APG Jrue Holiday (6.5) Heat: PPG LeBron James (26.7); RPG Chris Bosh (8.3); APG James (7.0)