After suffering through their worst shooting effort of the season, the Philadelphia 76ers may be able to get untracked against their next opponent.
The 76ers have used hot shooting performances to win three straight over the Minnesota Timberwolves but will have to contend with a surging Kevin Love on Sunday night at the Target Center.
Philadelphia (20-11) finished at 33.7 percent from the field in Friday's 82-75 home loss to Dallas. The 76ers shot 21.4 percent in scoring 24 points in the second half, and their starters combined to miss all 14 shots after the break.
"I thought we missed a lot of shots that we usually make, didn't get them to go," said coach Doug Collins, whose club is seeking to avoid its first three-game skid.
Andre Iguodala was 2 of 9 overall for 10 points while the starting backcourt of Jrue Holiday and Jodie Meeks missed all 12 shots for three points. Leading scorer Lou Williams was held to 12 points on 4-of-15 shooting.
"We had a look on our faces of concer...