The Philadelphia Sixers, despite being hampered by injuries, secured an impressive victory over the red-hot Cleveland Cavaliers, ending their nine-game winning streak with a 123-121 triumph. The win was fueled by the entire starting five scoring in double figures, with Kelly Oubre Jr. and Buddy Hield both contributing 24 points, and Tyrese Maxey adding 22 points and nine assists. Donovan Mitchell led the scoring with 36 points but was thwarted by Paul Reed in the game's final moments. Notably, the Sixers played without Tobias Harris due to a hip injury.

By the Numbers
  • Kelly Oubre Jr.: 24 points, 10-of-14 shooting
  • Buddy Hield: 24 points, 9-of-13 shooting, 8 assists
  • Tyrese Maxey: 22 points, 9 assists
  • Donovan Mitchell: 36 points
State of Play
  • The Sixers triumphed over the red-hot Cavaliers, ending their nine-game winning streak
  • The entire starting five of the Sixers scored in double figures
  • Tobias Harris was sidelined with a hip injury
  • The Sixers will face the Miami Heat in their next game
Bottom Line

The injury-plagued Sixers displayed remarkable resilience, clinching a significant victory over the Cavaliers and halting their formidable winning streak.