NBA Toronto Raptors vs Philadelphia 76ers | Wednesday, April 11, 2012 | L 75 - 93 Highlights
The Philadelphia 76ers (31-27) defeated the Toronto Raptors (20-39) 93-75 at the Air Canada Centre on Wednesday night, winning their second in a row. The Sixers took the season series 2-1 and are fighting for one of the remaining playoff spots in the Eastern Conference. They played like a team fighting for something tonight while the Raptors did not, as Philly controlled the action for much of the game, leading by as much as 23 in the final quarter. The 76ers had a balanced attack with six players in double-figures led by Thaddeus Young's 17 off the bench. Nikola Vucevic scored 12, Elton Brand added 11 points and eight rebounds, while Andre Iguodala, Spencer Hawes and Lou Williams added 10 points apiece. The Raptors lost their fourth game in a row and started the game without leading scorer Andrea Bargnani who was inactive with a left calf strain. Before the final buzzer sounded Linas Kleiza left the game with a sore left knee and Jose Calderon left the game to get three stitches above his right eye. Ed Davis led what was left of the Raptors team with a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds off the bench, while Alan Anderson also scored 13 points. QUOTABLE: "As a coach, we had six guys in double-figures, another with eight, seven and six. My goal is trying to get more guys playing better and I think we're seeing it." -- Sixers head coach Doug Collins THE STAT: The Sixers controlled the interior, outscoring the Raptors 58-20 in the paint. The Raptors inability to <b>...</b>
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