Sixers stun Cavs for first home win

Sixers stun Cavs for first home win

There aren't a lot of sure things in life. Death, taxes, and beating the Sixers in Philadelphia, to name a few. Until Monday night, and now we're just down to death and taxes again.

Tony Wroten's driving layup with :09 remaining turned out to be the difference for the Sixers, as they won on their home court for the first time this season, stunning the Cavaliers, 95-92.

The Cavaliers had held Philadelphia to 37 first-half points, and led by as many as 17 in the third quarter, before their defense broke down, and the Sixers rallied.

Kevin Love led the Cavs, who were playing without LeBron James (back, knee), Kyrie Irving (back) and Dion Waiters (trade talks), with 28 points and 19 rebounds.

Michael Carter-Williams led the Sixers with 18 points and 13 assists.