PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Michael Carter-Williams hit a running layup with 9.2 seconds left to lift the Philadelphia 76ers to a 93-92 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
Tony Wroten had 20 points to lead Philadelphia, which won its second straight game for just the second time this season and earned its third victory in the last four. The 76ers, who won for the second time at home, are 7-13 since beginning the season 0-17.
David West tallied 28 points for the Pacers but came up short on a 13-footer at the buzzer that would’ve won it for Indiana. West had put the Pacers in front with a fadeaway 12-footer with 17.6 seconds left.
But Carter-Williams sent Philadelphia to the win with his layup eight seconds later.
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