For the second night in a row, the Philadephia 76ers had too much in their backcourt for the Washington Wizards to handle, and got a win over the Eastern Conference cellar-dwellers, 103-90, on the road in Washington.
Andre Iguodala had 23 points, seven rebounds, five assists, and five steals for the Sixers, who also got 24 points from Lou Williams off the bench to lead all scorers. The Sixers forced 18 Washington turnovers, and led by 17 entering the fourth quarter.
Most of the Wizards' offense came from their big three of sorts: JaVale McGee (23 points), John Wall (19 points), and Nick Young (27 points) combined for 69 of Washington's 90 points. McGee added 18 rebounds, and Wall flirted with both triple- and quadruple-doubles by recording nine rebounds, nine assists, and eight turnovers.
Philly's two wins over the Wizards boost its record to 9-3 on the year, while Washington is 1-11 after the losses.