TORONTO, Nov. 19 (UPI) -- Eric Snow scored eight of his season-high 18 points in the fourth quarter Wednesday night to lead shorthanded Philadelphia past Toronto, 81-75.
It was the Raptors first home loss of the season.
With starters Allen Iverson, Glenn Robinson and Derrick Coleman receiving treatment for injuries and not making the trip north of the border, the 76ers relied on the offense of Marc Jackson and Aaron McKie.
Jackson scored 23 points and McKie added 21 -- both season highs -- before Snow took charge of the offense down the stretch.
Snow opened the final period by beating the shot clock with a jumper for a 64-58 lead. Another jumper midway through the period helped Philadelphia match its largest lead at 72-64. Yet another jumper at the 2:33 mark kept the advantage at 78-71.
Snow sealed the win with two free throws with 6.7 seconds to go.