Philadelphia 76ers get two consecutive steals, fail to score a single point (GIF)

Jan 17, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers forward Thaddeus Young (21) shoots a layup under pressure from Miami Heat forward LeBron James (6) during the first quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Heat have struggled at times on the road this season and have a track record of struggling in Philadelphia this year. Many have wondered why the Heat struggled against the Sixers when they played earlier this year in Philly, and one will ponder that question even harder after seeing this series of events from tonight’s game.

Philadelphia managed to stop an offensive possession by the Heat with a nice steal which they proceeded to take the other way. But after that shot missed, it looked like the Heat would take the ball back down the court, until Taddeus Lewis stole the ball back and drove to the hoop.

The only problem was, he hit nothing but the bottom of the rim.


It’s been a rough night for Young, but we can just pretend he was worried Chris Bosh was behind him again so he bothered the easy layup.

Topics: Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers, Thaddeus Young

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