Sixers-Trail Blazers: Inside the box score

Sixers-Trail Blazers: Inside the box score

December 15, 2013, 11:00 am

Portland's 139 points easily passed its previous season-high of 130. (USA Today Images)

John Finger goes inside the box score from the Sixers' 139-105 loss to the Trail Blazers (see observations):

• The 139 points for the Trail Blazers is the most they have scored since posting 139 against Phoenix on Nov. 14, 1997. It’s the most points the Sixers have allowed since giving up 149 in Seattle on March 6, 1997.
 
• The Sixers are allowing the opposition to hit an average of 10.1 three-pointers per game. The NBA record for a season is 8.7 three-pointers per game.
 
• Portland had 41 assists against the Sixers, which is the most for the Blazers since dishing out 45 against Denver on Nov. 17, 1990. The 41 assists are the most the Sixers have allowed since the Bulls had 41 on April 20, 1993.
 
• Four Sixers had at least 10 points in the first half. However, leading scorer Evan Turner had no points on 0 for 3 shooting. Turner finished the game with three points on 1 for 7.
 
• The Sixers failed to have a player score 20 points in a game for just the second time this season. Tony Wroten led the Sixers with 18 points and seven assists.