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April 2, 2014 | Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From the start, the Sixers struggled to find their mark and never recovered, shooting 42.2% from the field and 22.2% from beyond the arc (4-of-18) en route to a 123-93 loss to the Charlotte Bobcats at Wells Fargo Center. 

The Sixers were led by Michael Carter-Williams, who finished with 22 points (10/18 FG), seven rebounds, and three assists despite not playing in the fourth quarter. Henry Sims contributed 12 points (5/12 FG), six rebounds, and a pair of assists, and Elliot Williams scored 12 points (5/8 FG) off the bench. 

For the Bobcats, it was big man Al Jefferson who made things go. He finished with 25 points (9/17 FG) and 10 rebounds despite also not playing in the game’s final frame.

The Sixers return to action Friday at 7:30pm against the Celtics in Boston. 

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