Sixers Roll Past Pacers

Last night, the Sixers faced off against the Pacers. Indiana, coming off of a 3 game win streak, came out hot. They were up 63 to 56 at the half. The Sixers had trouble on the defensive side of the ball, which made the Pacers thrive. In the second half, the Sixers came out with a bang. They scored 36 in the third, outscoring the Pacers by 10. All they needed to do was close out the game. And close out the game they did. They held off the Pacers to win by a final score of 121 to 110. My stars of the game is Ben Simmons. He kept his hot streak going, getting his second triple-double. He had 14 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists. JJ Redick also played great, with 31 points, a career high. In the fourth quarter, he hit a clutch three-pointer as the shot clock expired, to bring the Sixers up by 9. They went on to hold the Pacers to 0 points after that shot. Overall, I think that the player of the game was JJ Redick. He couldn't be stopped offensively, shooting shooting 58% from the field. A great win for the Sixers, to improve to 5-4. They have won 4 strait so far. Their next game is against the Utah Jazz, on November 7. The Sixers played a great game, so hopefully they can keep the momentum rolling into this Tuesday at

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