NBA: Philadelphia 95, Golden State 71

March 30, 2004 at 9:47 PM
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PHILADELPHIA, March 30 (UPI) -- Samuel Dalembert keyed a third-quarter domination Tuesday that carried Philadelphia to a 95-71 victory over Golden State.

The Warriors were held to six points in the third period and had their season-high seven-game winning streak snapped.

Golden State made just two of 16 shots in the third, going scoreless from the field for the final 5:06. They also committed five turnovers and surrendered 19 fast-break points.

Dalembert scored eight of his 18 points in the third quarter and was one of three 76ers to outscore the Warriors in the period. Kenny Thomas had eight of his 13 and Aaron McKie had 10 of his 18 as Philadelphia sped to a 72-46 lead.

The 76ers (32-43) improved to 9-2 this month without All-Star guard Allen Iverson, who is out at least four weeks with a knee injury.

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