Final / OT

Regular Season Series (Game 3 of 3)

Series starts 11/29

Game 1: Saturday, November 29th
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76ers98
Game 2: Tuesday, February 24th
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Hawks86
Game 3: Tuesday, April 6th
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OT
Hawks100

76ers 103

(33-45, 12-27 away)

Hawks 100

(25-53, 16-23 home)

    Coverage: CSN

    7:30 PM ET, April 6, 2004

    Philips Arena, Atlanta, GA

    1 2 3 4 OT T
    PHI 21 24 19 28 11103
    ATL 23 12 28 29 8100

    Top Performers

    Philadelphia: S. Dalembert 18 Pts, 18 Reb, 1 Ast, 1 Stl, 5 Blk

    Atlanta: S. Jackson 26 Pts, 6 Reb, 7 Ast, 6 Stl

    Hawks 0-6 in OT games this season

    ATLANTA (AP) -- Rookie Willie Green scored a career-high 26 points and Samuel Dalembert added 18 points and 18 rebounds to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 103-100 overtime win over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night.

    With the Sixers protecting a 101-100 lead in overtime, Eric Snow hit a jump shot with 8.6 seconds left to push the lead to three points. Bob Sura missed a last-second 3-pointer to leave the Hawks 0-6 in overtime games this season.

    Green has provided scoring off the bench late in the season for Philadelphia, which has been playing without leading scorer Allen Iverson. In his previous seven games, Green had averaged 13.9 points. His previous career high was 22 points against Portland last Thursday.

    Chris Crawford and Stephen Jackson each scored 26 points to lead the Hawks.

    Crawford, who scored 11 points in the first period, has scored in double figures in 22 consecutive games.

    Snow, Aaron McKie and Kenny Thomas each added 18 points for Philadelphia.

    With Philadelphia leading 91-89, Jackson missed a jump shot with less than 20 seconds left to play in regulation. Dalembert grabbed the rebound for the Sixers and was fouled by Jason Terry with 15.1 seconds left, but Dalembert missed two free throws to give the Hawks another chance.

    Sura missed a layup with nine seconds left but was fouled by Dalembert. Sura made only one of two free throws, cutting the Sixers' lead to 91-90.

    After Snow also made only one of two free throws with 7.1 seconds left, Sura was fouled by Green with 1.7 seconds left. Sura made both free throws to tie the game, 92-92, and force overtime.

    Terry, who shot 2-of-11 in a loss at New Jersey on Sunday, was only 1-of-9 in the first half against the Sixers. He fouled out late in regulation with 11 points on 5-of-17 shooting.

    Terry wasn't the only poor shooter early in the game for the Hawks, who missed their first 10 shots in the first eight minutes of the second period and trailed 45-35 at halftime.

    Atlanta closed the gap in the third period and grabbed a 69-64 lead when Jackson opened the fourth period with back-to-back 3-pointers.

    Game notes


    Hawks backup point guard Jacque Vaughn was held out with a strained hamstring. Vaughn tweaked the injury against New Jersey and could not practice Monday. ... Atlanta forward Wesley Person made his first appearance since March 20, returning from a hip flexor injury. ... Green scored in double figures for the fourth straight game.

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    Team Stat Comparison

     
    PHI
    ATL
    Points 103 100
    FGM-FGA 39-79 (.494) 36-86 (.419)
    3PM-3PA 8-16 (.500) 6-22 (.273)
    FTM-FTA 17-22 (.773) 22-30 (.733)
    Rebounds (Offensive-Total) 8-43 15-46
    Assists 20 21
    Turnovers 18 16
    Steals 10 11
    Blocks 6 4
    Fast Break Points 4 3
    Fouls (Tech/Flagrant) 24 (0/0) 23 (0/0)

    Top Performers

    Philadelphia
    Atlanta
    Samuel Dalembert Dalembert
    Points: 18
    Reb: 18
    Ast: 1
    Stl: 1
    Blk: 5
    Stephen Jackson Jackson
    Points: 26
    Reb: 6
    Ast: 7
    Stl: 6
    Blk: 0