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The 76ers snapped a four-game losing skid as they took care of business against Oklahoma City at home, though the win came with a price.
And Philadelphia 76ers definitely entered Wednesday third in the Atlantic Division, three games behind the Celtics.
Against Oklahoma City, the Philadelphia 76ers were tied after one quarter before taking a 10-point lead at the half.
The lead was trimmed to four after three quarters and was one on a couple of occasions in the fourth quarter.
With Philadelphia holding a 108-106 lead with 3:14 to go, the team went on a 7-0 run over the next 2:19 to put the game away.
The 76ers shot 51.1 percent from the field, including 13 of 26 from three-point range, and held Oklahoma City to 44.9 percent shooting.
Philadelphia is 11th by collecting 46 rebounds per contest while the team is third by dishing out 26.7 assists per game.
The 76ers are 7th in the league in scoring defense as they allow 105.9 points per game this season
Joel Embiid leads Philadelphia with 23.4 points, 12.3 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game on the year.
Furkan Korkmaz, Mike Scott, Matisse Thybulle, James Ennis III and Raul Neto are key reserves for Brett Brown’s group
Boston had won three straight and eight of their previous nine before falling to Washington with a shorthanded rotation on the road.
The Celtics enter Wednesday leading the Atlantic Division over Toronto. In the Eastern Conference playoff picture
Boston trailed by nine after the opening quarter and by 11 at the half before closing to within two after three quarters.
The Celtics tied the game in the fourth quarter before giving up an 8-0 run to trail 88-80 with 5:54 to play. They would get no closer than four the rest of the way.
Boston shot just 34.7 percent from the floor, including eight of 37 from three-point range, and won the rebounding battle 55-47 in the game.
However, in the Eastern Conference playoff picture, Philadelphia stood fifth in the standings, eight games behind the top-seeded Bucks.