Tony Wroten hits game-winner, ends 76ers home losing streak!
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The losing streak is over thanks to Tony Wroten’s game winner vs the Cavs on Monday night.
The 76ers were 0-14 at home coming into this game against a LeBron & Kyrie-less Cavs team and without those superstars Kevin Love wasn’t enough despite having a 17 point lead midway through the game.
“We had it under control; we just didn’t bury them,” Love said. “We felt this was a team we should have beat.”
“We knew in the third and fourth quarters they would be a little bit tired, and we really tried to use that to our advantage,” Carter-Williams said. “We tried to get out and run.”
Wroten’s 20 off the bench was a team-high and his go-ahead bucket was the first of his career.