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Sixers 95, Celtics 94: Immediate Reaction Thread

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UGH.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>It&#39;s been a minute. One point has been scored, four FTs have been bricked. Does anyone want to win this game?</p>&mdash; Christopher A. Vito (@ChrisVito) <a href="https://twitter.com/ChrisVito/statuses/428720833939656704">January 30, 2014</a></blockquote>

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Quite frankly, no.

The Sixers and Celtics were tied at 90 with 3:59 remaining in the fourth quarter. From that point on, both teams combined to shoot 1-11 from the field, 5-12 from the line and only scored a total 7 points when the clock read 20 seconds remaining.

What else can you expect from the fourth and third-worst teams in the entire NBA?

Then Kris Humphries missed a wide-open 15-footer to put the Celtics up three and Evan Turner drove on Jerryd Bayless and knocked down a game-winning 6-foot runner.

Ugh.