Top 5 Moments of the First 15 Games

Posted by: C. Smith
11/27/13 8:50 am EST

2getherwebuildmantracopyThe 76ers are now 15 games into the 2013-14 season and to say it has been a roller coaster ride is an understatement.

A 3-0 start that included a home opening win over Miami and a thrilling 3-point victory over Chicago, was followed by losses in 8 of the next 10 games.

Memorable offensive performances by Spencer Hawes, Michael Carter Williams and James Anderson have been countered with nightly defensive efforts of the Swiss cheese variety.

I think you get the picture…This team is young and still getting to know each other. Thus the 76ers are subject to drastic swings in their level of play.  But surprise, this post is about highlighting the positive moments from October and November.

After the jump we’ll take a look at our Top 5 moments (via video) from the first 15 games of 2013-14.

#5  (Tie). Evan Turner flushes on “The King’s” head…

 

#5  (Tie). Michael Carter-Williams drops 26 points on the Chicago Bulls…

 

#4.  James Anderson scores 36 and forces overtime with a 3-ball…

 

3.  Spencer Hawes hits a desperation, game tying 3-ball vs. Bucks…

#2.  Allen Iverson officially retires…

 

#1. The NBA debut of  Michael Carter-Williams vs. the Miami Heat…

 

 

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One Response to “Top 5 Moments of the First 15 Games”

  1. Berdj Rassam
    27. November 2013 at 23:24

    There are 4 solid guys in this group that are very productive – Turner, Carter-Williams, hawes, and Young. Great nucleus!

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