Wednesday night, the Sixers did something they hadn't done in a long, long time ...

Oh yeah, they won a game for the first time this season, but this goes back even further ... The last time — and in fact the only other time in their history — they won a game despite having a regulation quarter in which they scored fewer than 10 points was Nov. 29, 1983.

The nine points they rang up in the second stanza Wednesday is tied for the ninth-lowest quarter for the team since it moved to Philadelphia prior to the 1963-64 season. The club's lowest scoring periods since then:

 SIXERS LOWEST SCORING QUARTERS
 (Since 1963-64)
 Date  Opponent  Qtr.  PF  PA  Result
 Nov. 18, 2004  Spurs  1st  6  20  L 80-88
 April 4, 2012  Raptors  4th  7  20  L 78-99
 Oct. 31, 2014  @Bucks  4th  7  20  L 81-93
 Jan. 15, 1994  @Cavaliers  2nd  8  23  L 67-110
 Jan. 11, 1995  Bulls  3rd  8  35  L 77-115
 April 5,1995  @Hornets  2nd  8  11  L 66-84
 Jan. 31, 2009  Nets  4th  8  20   L 83-85
 Feb. 17, 2012  Mavericks  3rd  8  24  L 75-82
 Dec. 12, 1975  @Lakers  3rd  9  26  L 102-114
 Nov. 29, 1983  @Pacers  2nd  9  28  W 98-96
 March 31, 2002  Raptors  3rd  9  21  L 70-72
 March 28, 2004  @Celtics  2nd  9  22  L 65-89
 Feb. 6, 2006  Rockets  2nd  9  24  L 81-87
 Dec. 30, 2007  @Trail Blazers  4th  9  35  L 72-97
 April 12, 2008  @Wizards  4th  9  31  L 93-109
 Dec. 3, 2014  @T'Wolves  2nd  9  21  W 85-77