Tobias Harris posted 34 points with 10 rebounds and hit three clutch shots in the final 2:20 as the Philadelphia 76ers continued their home dominance by making all the plays down the stretch in a 117-106 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday (AEDT).
Harris scored 11 of his points in the last 5:07 of the fourth quarter, when the Sixers outscored Brooklyn 31-16. He scored nine of his points in Philadelphia’s game-ending, 13-2 run over the final three and a half minutes.
The game was tied at 104-104 after Jarrett Allen split a pair at the line with 3:51 remaining. Al Horford’s hook shot with 3:30 left gave the 76ers the lead for good, and then Harris took over.
Harris made it 109-104 with a three-pointer over Spencer Dinwiddie on a broken play, the shot clock nearly expired, with 2:20 remaining. He then added a pair of jumpers to push the lead to 115-106 with 50.6 seconds left. Harris then finished off Philadelphia’s 19th home win in 21 games this season by hitting two free throws with 31.6 seconds to go.