Mar 9, 2005, 12:34 PM EDT
"This is Philadelphia, the toughest place in the world," said Allen Iverson, who scored 33 points with a franchise-record 12 turnovers.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – There was Chris Webber sitting on the bench, boos serenading Philadelphia’s impact player and the Sixers trailing by double digits to woeful Golden State. This was not what Webber and the Sixers expected not even two weeks ago when his acquisition was supposed to take them from the fringe of the playoffs to Eastern Conference contenders. Jason Richardson scored 22 points and Mike Dunleavy added 21 to lead the Warriors to just their eighth road win of the season with a 104-85 victory over the tired Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night.
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