The Sixers could not build on their last game as they were handed a 111-99 loss at home by the New Orleans Hornets (see game recap).
Here's a summary of the other action around the league on Tuesday evening:
Nets win seventh straight
The Brooklyn Nets won their season-high seventh straight game with a 113-106 victory over the Toronto Raptors (see story).
To earn their sixth straight victory at home, the Nets pulled away during a 10-2 run to open the fourth quarter.
The seven-game winning streak is their longest since they won 14 straight during the 2005-06 season.
The Nets are 15-0 against teams below .500 and currently sit two games behind the top-seeded Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference.
Pacers poach Bobcats
The Indiana Pacers easily handled Charlotte, 103-76, handing the Bobcats their 13th straight home loss (see story).
The Pacers earned their fifth victory in six games behind 18 points and seven rebounds from Roy Hibbert.
The Pacers beat the Bobcats inside by outrebounding them 60-31 and outscoring them 52-22 in the paint.
The Bobcats lost their fifth game in a row and have dropped 24 of 26 contests since Thanksgiving.
Crawford, who scored 12 straight points to start the fourth quarter and push the lead to 20, led the Clippers in scoring and moved the team to 11-1 in such games.
For a second straight game, the Clippers played without Chris Paul, who is day-to-day with a bruised kneecap.
The Rockets extended their season-high losing streak to four games with the loss.