At halftime of their Wednesday night match-up with the Boston Celtics, the Philadelphia 76ers lead by 23 points. The story of the game has been the play of second year player, Evan Turner, who has put on an absolute show in 21 minutes of action. The former second overall pick has literally done it all for the Sixers, attacking the basket at will, en route to 16 first half points, cleaning the glass with seven defensive rebounds, and playing outstanding defense on the one-man triple double, Rajon Rondo – who's been held to three points and six assists.
Turner's had a lot of "moments" throughout the first half of possibly the best game of his career, but the play that sent the crowd into a frenzy and gave me goosebumps (by R.L. Stine) was an open-court, behind-the-back alley oop to Andre Iguodala. Thankfully there are cameras in the Wells Fargo Center. Check out the video after the jump, whether you missed it live, or want to watch it again, and again, and again, and again. I know Mike does!
Check out the video via CSN Philly:
Hat Tip: The 700 Level