It was the first time the 76ers were able to beat the Heat during the regular season since the Big Three formed in 2010. It should be noted that Dwyane Wade sat this one out to rest, but this was still an impressive win by a Philadelphia team that most have pegged to be the worst team in the NBA this season.
Three Sixers players recorded 20-plus points, with Evan Turner leading everyone with 26. Michael Carter-Williams was fantastic, coming up one steal shy of a triple-double. He scored 22 points, dished out 12 assists and recorded those nine steals while also grabbing seven rebounds.
For the Heat, LeBron James led the way with 25 points and 13 dimes, and Chris Bosh tallied a double-double of his own with 22 points and 10 rebounds.
Note: Grades are based off of stats, efficiency, overall impact on both ends of the court and how the players performed when it mattered most.