The Sixers weren't predicted to be very good.

They weren't supposed to beat the Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, nor the Houston Rockets.

They did.

Last night the Sixers recorded their fifth win in nine tries against the Rockets at home, D-League alumnus James Anderson scored a career high 36 points.

Tony Wroten, a former second round pick of the Grizzlies starting his first NBA game recorded a triple-double registering 18 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. That feat has never happened in the NBA since they've started keep statistics.

Wroten called The Sportsbash on Friday to talk with Mike and Todd about his historic performance before the team's charter flight to Atlanta.

"I had no idea about it until J-Rich told me after regulation to get a rebound," Wroten admitted.

Wroten also talked about his teammate and back court mate MCW who missed last night's game.

Both Wroten and MCW know each other from their high school games and have been helping each other on and off the court since then.

Wroten was the Pac-12 player of the year coming out of the University of Washington and is close with fellow Sixers player Spencer Hawes.

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