By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The 76ers will be on the road on Wednesday night, looking to snap a three-game losing streak as they visit the New York Knicks.
Last time out on Monday afternoon, the Sixers lost in D.C. to the Washington Wizards, falling 107-99, despite 31 points from rookie guard Michael Carter-Williams.
Overall on the season, the 76ers are 13-28. Only five of their wins have come on the road.
The Knicks really aren’t much better. New York sits at 15-26 and they have dropped their last four games, including a 103-80 loss to Brooklyn on Monday. This will be the third game of an eight-game homestand for New York.
These two Atlantic Division rivals have already met once this season. The Knicks took a 102-92 decision at the Center back on January 11th.
KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Tom Moore of the Bucks County Courier Times about this match-up.
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