Road Woes Continue for Sixers, 101-95

The Road Weary Philadelphia 76ers (25-16) went into Indiana to tackle the Pacers (25-15) in another woeful road game.

Philadelphia set two team season records… not a good thing though.

A team clearly in need of a leader or two set the season-low for assists in a game with a mind-bending 17.

That matches the low set last season against the same Pacers.

To compound the frustration, a season-low in free throw percentage was unceremoniously achieved with a pathetic 6 of 33 for a staggering 18.2%.

Despite posting a double-double with 27 points and 14 boards, Ben Simmons never attempted any three-pointers.

Tobias Harris (15 points, 11 rebounds) and Josh Richardson (24 points, 14 boards) each posted double-doubles in defeat.

TJ Warren (21 points), Malcolm Brogdon (21 points) and Justin Holiday with 14 points set the Pace for Indiana.



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