The Miami Heat snapped a three-game losing streak with a 101-86 victory over the Sixers at the Wells Fargo Center on Friday night (see game recap).
Here are a few numbers and notes from the game:
• The Sixers’ starters shot 15 for 47 (31.9 percent) in the loss, while subs were 16 for 37 (43.2 percent).
• Tony Wroten led the Sixers with 13 points and the subs outscored the starters, 44-42. Evan Turner had 10 points on eight shots and Thad Young had 10 points on 3 for 13 shooting. Prior to Friday’s game, the Sixers’ leading scorer never had fewer than 17 points in a game this season.
• Despite shooting just 5 for 14, Spencer Hawes notched a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Hawes also led the Sixers with four assists. Hawes has three double-doubles in his last four games.
• The Sixers never led on Friday night. It’s the fifth time this season the Sixers allowed the opposition to go wire to wire.
• The Sixers scored below 90 points for just the fourth time this season. It was the first time the Sixers failed to score 90 since Dec. 9 against the Clippers.
• The Sixers committed 23 turnovers and have 47 turnovers in the last two games.
• All-time three-point leader Ray Allen went 0 for 4 from deep against the Sixers. In January, Allen is 3 for 29.