Philadelphia 76ers Team Report – November 6
=== Philadelphia 76ers Team Report – November 6 ===
(Sports Network) – The Philadelphia 76ers suffered their first home loss of
the season Wednesday, as they were outlasted by the New Orleans Hornets in
overtime, 106-99, at the Wachovia Center.
Allen Iverson paced Philadelphia with 29 points. However, he scored just three
after the third quarter.
Glenn Robinson netted 20 points and Kenny Thomas contributed 15 points and 16
rebounds for the 76ers, who have dropped three of their last four contests.
Eric Snow, whose three-pointer tied the contest with 55 seconds remaining in
regulation, collected 11 points and 12 assists for Philadelphia.
The Hornets scored the first eight points of the extra session to take
control. Steve Smith scored inside, before Darrell Armstrong nailed a three-
pointer to make it 94-89. New Orleans then got the ball back and Smith drained
a three-point shot to give the Hornets a 97-89 advantage with 2:38 remaining
After Iverson converted 1-of-2 free throws, Davis drilled a three-pointer to
extend the lead to 100-90 with 1:31 left. Davis later sank four foul shots in
the final 40 seconds to seal it.
The Sixers made just 4-of-17 three-point attempts, while the Hornets were 13-
of-30 as a team from three-point range.
Philadelphia is off until Friday when it travels to Chicago to battle the
Bulls at the United Center.