Time has all but run out on the Philadelphia 76ers' playoff hopes. Failure to take advantage of back-to-back games against the lowly Charlotte Bobcats would likely hasten their official elimination.
The 76ers will try to continue their dominance over the Bobcats on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Philadelphia (29-43) has only 10 contests remaining as it tries to make up a 6 1/2-game deficit to Milwaukee for eighth place in the Eastern Conference. The 76ers have kept their faint hopes alive by winning three of four, including a 100-92 victory over the Bucks on Wednesday.
Philadelphia followed with a 97-87 win in Cleveland on Friday as Evan Turner had 23 points and a season high-tying 13 rebounds.
"Any type of win is a great win," Turner said. "I got in a good rhythm coming right out of halftime. Any time when I'm attacking, I feel like I can be successful. The shots started falling, which was definitely cool."
Jrue Holiday contributed 20 points and Spencer Hawes regist...