Lavoy Allen Sets Rebounding Benchmark in Meaningless Sixers Victory
Even down three of their five starters—or at least, three of the five guys you'd have thought might have started for this team when things were looking a lot sunnier at season's beginning—you had to feel pretty good about the Sixers' chances of beating the Charlotte Bobcats tonight. The game wasn't pretty, and was often a lot closer than it should have been, but ultimately, the Sixers were able to take care of business, keeping the 'Cats at arm's length for most of the second half, with Jrue Holiday basically closing the door on them in the fourth with a couple key buckets. Evan Turner got off the schneid a little with his 16 points, Spencer Hawes ground out a respectable 17 and 9 game, and recently signed backup PG Jeremy Pargo impressed is his Sixers debut, scoring 12 with six dimes in 29 bench minutes.
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