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  1. League: NBA
  2. Golden State vs. Denver
    Live
    Half
    66 GS
    52 DEN
  3. LA Clippers vs. Portland
    Live
    Half
    52 LAC
    68 POR
  4. Phoenix vs. Sacramento
    Live
    5:48 3rd
    60 PHO
    61 SAC
  5. Indiana vs. Orlando
    Final
    101 IND
    86 ORL
  6. Chicago vs. Charlotte
    Final OT
    86 CHI
    91 CHA
  7. Washington vs. Boston
    Final
    118 WAS
    102 BOS
  8. Houston vs. New Orleans
    Final
    100 HOU
    105 NO
  9. Brooklyn vs. Cleveland
    Final
    85 BKN
    114 CLE
  10. Philadelphia vs. Miami
    Final
    100 PHI
    87 MIA
  11. Atlanta vs. Milwaukee
    Final
    111 ATL
    103 MIL
  12. Utah vs. Minnesota
    Final 2OT
    136 UTA
    130 MIN
  13. Toronto vs. New York
    Final
    92 TOR
    95 NY
  14. LA Lakers vs. San Antonio
    Final
    113 LAL
    100 SA
  15. Detroit vs. Oklahoma City
    Final
    111 DET
    112 OKC
  16. Dallas vs. Memphis
    Final OT
    105 DAL
    106 MEM
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76ers 117, Kings 103

The SportsXchange

SACRAMENTO -- The Philadelphia 76ers put an end to their 15-game road losing streak Sunday night with a 117-103 victory over the Sacramento Kings before an announced crowd of 14,647 at Sleep Train Arena.

Jrue Holiday paced six Sixers in double-figure scoring with 21 points and added 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals in a performance emblematic of his All-Star status.

Former Kings center Spencer Hawes had a solid game of 14 points and 10 rebounds despite consistent booing from Kings fans who were angered by statements Hawes made about the Kings being moved to Seattle.

Swingman Dorell Wright scored a game-high 22 points off the bench and combined with center Lavoy Allen (20 points) to help coach Doug Collins' squad break their losing ways on the road.

The Sixers scored just 22 points in the first quarter, but put together powerful offensive displays throughout the rest of the game. They used a 48-37 rebounding advantage to contain the Kings.

Guard Isaiah Thomas led the Kings with 25 points, followed by reserve guard Marcus Thornton's 22 points and Tyreke Evans' 19. Center DeMarcus Cousins had eight points and nine rebounds as he was hampered by foul trouble.

NOTES: Kings guard Isaiah Thomas went 1-for-1 from the line and has now made 100 of his past 104 free-throw attempts. Entering the game, he was ranked sixth in the NBA in free-throw shooting (.891 percent). ... The Sixers played the third of a four-game road trip. They finish the trip Monday night against the Utah Jazz. ... Kings fans booed Philadelphia center Spencer Hawes during pre-game introductions. Hawes, a former first-round draft choice of the Kings, was outspoken earlier this season in favor of the Kings being sold and moving to Seattle. Hawes was born and raised in Seattle and grew up a SuperSonics fan. Hawes also was booed moderately throughout the game. ... Said one member of the Philadelphia organization of all-star Jrue Holiday: "He's really improved this season and if we had more guys who could make open shots, he'd double his assists total." Holiday entered the game ranked 15th in the league in scoring at 18.6 points per game and fourth in assists at 8.7.
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