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PHILADELPHIA -- Thaddeus Young had 23 points and 15 rebounds Friday night as the Philadelphia 76ers held off the Sacramento Kings 89-80. Jrue Holiday added 21 points and Nick Young 20 for the Sixers (20-26), who frittered away a 19-point second-quarter lead but rallied in the fourth quarter to win consecutive games for the first time since late November. They are, however, just 10-20 since winning 10 of their first 16 games this season. Tyreke Evans had 29 points to lead the Kings (17-31), who dropped their second straight and fell to 5-19 on the road. Isaiah Thomas added 24 and DeMarcus Cousins chipped in 12 points and 12 rebounds. Thaddeus Young, whose rebound total equaled his career high, triggered a decisive 17-2 run by hitting the go-ahead jumper with 9:51 left as the Sixers erased a 73-72 deficit and seized an 89-75 lead with 3:54 to play. He and Holiday contributed six points apiece to the run and Sacramento missed seven straight shots from the floor. The Sixers ha...
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PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia 76ers forward Thaddeus Young is used to playing the role of spark plug. On Friday night, he did a lot more than that, though. Young scored six of his 23 points in a decisive 17-2 fourth-quarter run, as the Sixers - who earlier frittered away a 19-point lead -- rallied to beat the Sacramento Kings, 89-80. Young also equaled his career high of 15 rebounds...
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Andrew Bynum previously received injections before training camp.
PHILADELPHIA -- All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday scored 21 points for the Philadelphia 76ers Wednesday night, but it was the contribution of others that enabled the Sixers to beat the Washington Wizards 92-84. Four other players scored in double figures for Philadelphia, paced by ex-Wizard Nick Young with 18. It was only the second time in seven games that five Sixers had scored...