This is the type of loss that can really ruin what was otherwise a pretty good day. I took a couple of pages worth of notes, but I'm going to get this one out of my system as quickly as possible. The Sixers looked tired and flat, the Bobcats looked like a bad team that was extremely motivated to come away with a win.
Thad had his worst night as a pro, Lou looked better but still not as good as he was at the end of last season. I guess looks can be deceiving, because I just checked and Lou was 5/15 from the floor and 1/7 from three. I didn't like Mo's rotations one bit. 4 bench players and Iggy to start the second, 4 bench players and Thad to start the fourth. Both times the Bobcats went on big runs and pretty much put the game away.
The Bobcats point guards carried them throughout. Augustin scored 25 and Felton scored 23. The Sixers never tried to use the size mismatches Iguodala and Miller had all game long. Poor planning.
That's all I have for tonight. I'll try to get a post up tomorrow with more detail. The Sixers really need to get their shit together, they face Orlando on Wednesday and Boston on Friday, in Boston. I don't want to be looking at a 7-9 record on Saturday morning.Player of The Game: