PHILADELPHIA -- Fifty years after Wilt Chamberlain did it by himself, a team of Warriors combined couldn't score 100 points.
Or even 90.
Golden State, without its starting point guard and facing arguably the league's best defense, shot just 40.2 percent Friday in a 105-83 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Sixers celebrated the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest offensive performances in NBA history, Chamberlain scoring 100 points in a game for the Philadelphia Warriors , by registering triple digits for the first time in 20 games. The Warriors ? They celebrated Wilt the Stilt by going ice cold in the second half, totaling 36 points on 14-for-37 shooting after halftime.
"The whole game we were trading buckets," said forward Dominic McGuire, who started his second consecutive game. "The difference is, in the second half, they kept scoring and we didn't."
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