Suns Burning Too Bright For Philly

Derek PeifferCorrespondent IMarch 19, 2009

Entering the second of a five-game western swing, the Philadelphia 76ers looked to sweep the season series from the Phoenix Suns.

Shaq and company would have none of it.

Neither would Andre Iguodala, showing his inconsistent scoring ability, again. A sight that has become far too familiar this season.

He scored a lowly 11 points and was the 76ers sixth, yes SIXTH leading scorer. He finished behind Lou Williams, Thaddeus Young, Andre Miller, Willie Green and...

Donyell Marshall. Oh indeed, I said Donyell Marshall racked up a whopping 12 points to out-do the Philly star.

But at least it looked promising early, right?

To read the full article and other Philly Sports articles, read mine, and fellow Bleacherreport writer, Bob Cunningham's blog at 2 Minutes to Midnight Green!

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