The Sixers are hoping to snap their seven-game road losing skid when they face the Bobcats on Friday. Here's five things you need to know about the matchup.
Dei Lynam touches on several topics in this edition of Dei-mails, including what will happen with the Sixers' veteran trio.
1yAtrocious from the foul line all year long, Andre Iguodala sank two clutch free throws to help the Sixers ice Game 4.
1yThe Sixers seized a 3-1 lead with a win over the Bulls on Sunday, but wasted little time in shifting their focus toward closing it out in Game 5.
1yAndre Iguodala hasn't been filling up the box score with points, but Doug Collins says his defensive effort has been of utmost importance vs. the Bulls.
1yRon Burke, Jim Lynam and Marc Jackson discuss Jrue Holiday's early struggles in Game 4 and his clutch shooting down the stretch.
1yThe Sixers, led by spectacular shooting in the fourth quarter, took a 3-1 series lead after beating the Bulls, 89-82, on Sunday afternoon.
1yDoug Collins gave Evan Turner a chance to shine in the playoffs against the Bulls and now Turner shines among the best of this week in Sixers' hoops.
1yAs expected, Bulls starting center Joakim Noah will not play in Sundays Game 4. Omer Asik will start in his place.
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