Sixers at Suns 9 p.m., CSN
US Airways Center, Phoenix
Jrue Holiday played one of the best statistical games of his career, scoring 33 points and dishing out 13 assists in a 104-101 Sixers victory on Nov. 25 at the Wells Fargo Center. Evan Turner chipped in 16 points and nine assists for Philadelphia, which shot 48.1 percent from the floor.
Michael Beasleys 21-point performance led six Suns to score in double figures. Marcin Gortat scored 18 points and brought down seven rebounds.
Sixers: 15-17 (third in Atlantic Division, eighth in Eastern Conference)
Suns: 11-21 (fifth in Pacific Division, 14th in Western Conference)
Behind double-doubles from both Holiday and Turner, the Sixers beat the Lakers, 103-99, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Holiday scored a team-high 26 points and dished out 10 assists, while Turner recorded 22 points and 13 rebounds. Kobe Bryant led all players with 36 points.
The Suns lost their sixth straight game in a 114-96 loss to the Thunder on New Years Eve. Luis Scola led Phoenix with 24 points. Kevin Durant scored 30 and Russell Westbrook added 24 for Oklahoma City
The Sixers have won each of their last four meetings with the Suns. If they extend that streak to five games, it would mark the first time they accomplished that against the Suns since a five-game stretch from March 17, 1984 to Jan. 22, 1986.
Philadelphia has averaged 103.5 points over the last two meetings between the teams.
Sixers: Andrew Bynum (bilateral knee bone bruises) is out indefinitely.