Sports Talk with Brodes: Sixers Fall to the Pacers, Sixth Straight Road Loss
The Philadelphia Sixers lose to the Indiana Pacers on the road which makes it their sixth straight road loss. The story after the game was the poor shooting from three-point land as they finished with six threes in 33 attempts. That is a whomping 18.2%. Ben Simmons had a monster first half scoring 20 points with nine rebounds. He finished with 24 points and had zero in the fourth quarter. Without Joel Embiid this team is struggling without a doubt. Tobias Harris and Al Horford need to contribute more. Mike Scott is unplayable and Josh Richardson was the only player who stepped up in the fourth quarter as he recorded 17 points and did everything he could to hold the Sixers into the game. TJ Warren and Malcolm Brogdon did most of the damage for the Pacers. Brett Brown dialed up a play late in the game out of a timeout which resulted in Harris getting swatted as the perimeter.