Sixers Winding Down Long Season, Visit Toronto Tonight
By Matt Leon
TORONTO (CBS) — Just five games remain in the regular season for the 76ers, beginning with Wednesday night’s visit to the Atlantic Division leading Toronto Raptors.
The 76ers are in last in the Atlantic with a 17-60 record. Last time out on Saturday night, they lost at home to Brooklyn, 105-101.
Toronto is 45-32 and they have won three straight coming in. They also have won the first three match-ups with the 76ers this season. The most recent match-up was on January 24th, the 76ers lost that night at the Center 104-95.
Thaddeus Young leads the 76ers in scoring, at 18 points a game. Rookie Michael Carter-Williams is second, pouring in 16.7 points a contest.
KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Tom Moore of the Bucks County Courier Times about this season and what the future holds for the 76ers.
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