Apr 04, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers guard Louis Williams (23) goes for a loose ball as Toronto Raptors center Amir Johnson (15) and forward Ed Davis (32) watch during the third quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. The Raptors defeated the Sixers 99-78. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE
The Sixers were blown out by the Raptors. Unbelievable.
Here's a look at the other scores from Wednesday night. For all of Wednesday's NBA box scores, check out SI.com's NBA scoreboard.
Raptors 99, Sixers 78: To lose at home to a last-place team with so much at stake by 21 points -- it's unbelievable. Philadelphia, which boasts one of the NBA's top defenses, watched Toronto shoot better than 50 percent and hit better than 40 percent on three-pointers. This was a bad, bad loss.
Hornets 94, Nuggets 92: Eric Gordon returned to action for New Orleans ... and won the game on a pair of clutch free throws drawn on a clutch ball fake. With the score tied at 92 and time winding down, Gordon deked Arron Afflalo into the air and drew enough contact that the refs couldn't swallow the whistle. Gordon swished both, and Corey Brewer airmailed a turnover on the other end to seal it for the Hornets.
Suns 107, Jazz 105: Phoenix picked up a huge win in its improbable playoff chase, knocking off one of the teams ahead of it. The Suns hit 13 threes in 31 tries, a huge factor in the end to make up for Utah's big advantage on two-point conversions. Michael Redd led the Suns with 19.
Blazers 101, Nets 88: Given that Portland will take New Jersey's first-round pick if it falls lower than No. 3, the Blazers actually had incentive to win this one: you don't want the Nets to finish with too poor a record and have too big a chance for a top-3 pick. Mission accomplished! Now, back to the tank job.