Saturday , Nov , 13 , 2004 C.Y. Ellis

Philadelphia 76ers Team Report – November 13

=== Philadelphia 76ers Team Report – November 13 ===

(Sports Network) – Allen Iverson struggled all night, but made the first
walk-off, game-winning shot of his career on the final play of overtime to
lead Philadelphia over Indiana, 106-104, at the Wachovia Center on Friday
night.

Iverson finished with 15 points and nine assists, but only shot 5-of-23 from
the field.

Kyle Korver came off the bench to post a personal-best 23 points on a career-
high seven three-pointers for the Sixers, who have started off a five-game
homestand on a high note with a pair of overtime wins.

Philadelphia was outshot from the field, 46 percent to 43 percent, but hit 10-
of-21 of its shots from beyond the arc.

On the injury front for the 76ers, center Samuel Dalembert (hamstring) missed
the game. Earlier Friday, guards John Salmons (groin) and Kevin Ollie (hip)
were activated from the injured list, while guards Aaron McKie (shoulder) and
Kedrick Brown (back) were placed on the injured list.

The Sixers have a day off before host hometown hero Jameer Nelson and the
Orlando Magic on Sunday afternoon.

PHI