Behind a career-high 34 points from Evan Turner, the Philadelphia 76ers (14-28) beat the New York Knicks (15-27) by a final score of 110-106 on the road Wednesday night.
The Sixers dominated the Knicks inside, winning the points-in-the-paint battle 50-26 and the rebounding battle 54-39.
James Anderson, Michael Carter-Williams and Thaddeus Young joined Turner in double-figures as Philadelphia got pretty much whatever it wanted offensively.
The Knicks kept it close with three-point shooting, hitting 15-of-33 attempts. Carmelo Anthony led New York with 28 points and Andrea Bargnani scored 20.
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