Sixers-Raptors: Thaddeus Leads Sixers

Mike ThomasContributor IMarch 12, 2009

The Philadelphia 76ers (31-31) defeated the Toronto Raptors (23-42) 115-106. Thaddeus Young looked like a superstar tonight. He scored a career high 29 points as the Sixers snapped a 3 game losing streak at home. Thaddeus went 13-20 from the field, he also had 5 rebounds. Sam Dalembert has struggled in the past, but he played well last night. He had a double-double, 19 points and 13 rebounds. Andre Iguodala scored 15 points and 7 assists. Andre Miller, playing hurt, scored 9 points. Lou Williams had a solid game off the bench again, scoring 13 points and dished out 5 assists.

The Toronto Raptors have now lost 6 straight games and have secured a losing season. Chris Bosh scored only 17 points. All five starter's were in double figures, but it was not enough. Andrea Bargnani scored 21 points in a losing effort.

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