By Marcus Thompson
Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 at 3:57 pm in Uncategorized.
The Warriors showed some fight in the third, trimming the Sixers 22-point lead to 10 entering the fourth quarter. The Warriors did knock down a couple of 3-pointers, but mostly they came back with a pesky defense and by getting out in transition.
Watson, Jackson and Maggette finally started to knocked down some shots to give the Warriors’ offense some sliver of life. The Warriors made just 42 percent of their shots, but outscored the 76ers 23-15 thanks to their defense.
Philly made just 7 of 20 shots (35 percent), and the Warriors held them to two offensive rebounds. They also forced 7 TOs.