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• With the win tonight, the Sixers have won eight of the past nine meetings against the Kings.  Philly has won consecutive games for the first time since a season-high tying three-game span from 11/25-11/30.  Sacramento has lost six of its past seven games after winning three of the four games prior.

• Philly held Sacramento to 80 points tonight.  The Sixers have held opponents below 90 points in three of the past four games and 10 times overall this season (9-1 mark).  The Kings drop to 0-12 when scoring below 90 points this season.  Over the past six games, Sixer opponents are averaging 91.2 points after averaging 104.1 ppg the seven games prior.

• The Sixers outshot the Kings 47.4% to 38.0%.  Philly has outshot the opposition in six of the past nine games after being outshot in seven of the eight games prior.  The Sixers are 18-4 when outshooting opponents this season.  Philly is 10-0 when holding opponents below 40.0% shooting and is 15-6 when shooting 45.0% or better.

• Philly outrebounded Sacramento 47-35.  The Sixers were outrebounded in 12 of the previous 14 games and by 6.2 rpg overall during that span.  It is the third time the Sixers have outrebounded their opponent by 10+ boards this season and the first since 11/10 at Toronto.

• The Sixers won despite having 20 assists with 20 turnovers.  It is just the second time this season Philly has committed 20+ turnovers (at OKC on 1/4).  Philly was averaging just 10.7 tpg in the previous three games.

• Three Sixers scored 20+ points tonight (Holiday, N. Young, T. Young).  It is the third time over the past five games that Philly has had three players score 20+ points after that did not occur the first 41 games of the season.

• Jrue Holiday had 21 points tonight, marking his second straight 20-point game and his sixth over the past nine games.  He has scored 20+ points 18 times this season after doing so 10 times in 2011-12.  Holiday committed a season-high tying 8 turnovers tonight and has committed 7+ turnovers seven times this season.

• Thaddeus Young had 23 points and 15 rebound tonight, marking his first double-double since 1/18 vs. Toronto and his 12th of the season.  He had just one double-double in 2011-12.  It is the third time this season Young has recorded 20+ points and 14+ boards in the same game.  That’s the most games doing so in a single season by a Sixer since Chris Webber accomplished the feat seven times in 2005-06.

• Nick Young made his fourth straight start and scored 20 points, marking his seven 20-point effort of the season.  He has scored 20+ points in three of the past five games and is averaging 18.2 ppg over that span.