76ers vs. New York Knicks at a Glance
TEAMS: Sixers (18-59) vs. Knicks (14-62)
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Sunday
WHERE: Time Warner Cable Arena
BROADCASTS: TV – Comcast SportsNet, RADIO – 97.5 FM
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411: This is a must-see matchup for fans keeping up in the race for the most Ping-Pong balls. The Knicks have the league's worst record with six games remaining. The Sixers are 3 1/2 games behind the Knicks. The Sixers would benefit more by losing to the Knicks.
39 Jerami Grant F 6-8 6.2 ppg. 2.9 rpg.
4 Nerlens Noel F 6-11 9.9 ppg. 8.1 rpg
19 Furkan Aldemir C 6-10 2.2 ppg. 4.1 rpg.
33 Robert Covington G 6-9 12.9 ppg. 4.6 rpg.
5 Ish Smith G 6-0 12.6 ppg. 5.9 apg. (with the Sixers)
Coach: Brett Brown (second season, 37-121)
Injury report: Tony Wroten (partially torn ACL in right knee, out), and Joel Embiid (right foot stress fracture, out), Isaiah Canaan (sprained right foot, out), Noel (lower right eyelid cut, questionable), Thomas Robinson (left ankle sprain, out).
42 Lance Thomas F 6-8 8.3 ppg. 2.9 rpg.
21 Lou Amundson F 6-9 5.9 ppg. 6.1 rpg`.
77 Andrea Bargnani C 7-0 14.4 ppg. 4.2 rpg.
2 Langston Galloway G 6-2 11.4 ppg. 3.2 apg.
0 Shane Larken G 5-11 6.0 ppg. 2.9 apg.
Coach: Derek Fisher (first season, 14-62)
Injury report: Carmelo Anthony (left knee surgery, out), Jose Calderon (sore left Achilles, out), Alexey Shved (incomplete rib fracture, out), Travis Wear (sore lower back)
Sixers lead, 242-193. But the Knicks have won two of this season's three series matchups.
Wednesday: 7 p.m. at Wells Fargo Center, Wizards at Sixers
Saturday: 8 p.m. at the United Center, Sixers at Chicago Bulls
April 13: 7 p.m. at Wells Fargo Center, Milwaukee Bucks at Sixers
April 15: 8 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Miami Heat at Sixers
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