Sunday, February 26, 2006

The Philadelphia 76ers beat the Chicago Bulls 108-102. Allen Iverson led the Sixers with 38 points and 5 assists in 46 minutes. Iverson really had to lead the Sixers who were without Samuel Dalembert (ankle) and Chris Webber (flu). Shavlik Randolph had 8 points and 13 boards in 33 minutes off the bench. He is the type of player the Sixers are looking for a role player who doesn't need the ball in his hands and he's got a great potential. Andre Iguodala had 20 points and 4 boards in 35 minutes. Iguodala has to be more aggressive and take a few more shots and try to blend better with Iverson. Kirk Hinrich had 13 points and 8 assists in 36 minutes. Hinrich has to start accepting the leader role and start to look to score around 20 a game. Malik Allen had 14 points and 8 boards in 23 minutes. Allen has to be consistent with these numbers so the Bulls can fill the big hole that was left when Eddy Curry got traded. Ben Gordon had 15 points and 3 boards in 35 minutes. Gordon is still not as good as he was last year maybe he should come off the bench again.