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Highlights: Sixers spoil Kobe's homecoming

The 76ers snapped an 0-18 start with a 103-91 win over the Lakers, spoiling Philly native Kobe Bryant's last game in his hometown.


Highlights: Wizards snap slide, top Cavs

The Wizards snapped a four-game losing streak behind 35 points from John Wall in a 97-85 win over the Cavaliers.


Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Lakers coach Byron Scott on Kobe Bryant's shots: "There's going to be some games like that, where you just live and die with it. You just hope that you don't die too much."

Nets hold on to beat Suns

Brooklyn knocked the ball away from Brandon Knight on a potential game-tying 3-point attempt at the buzzer, coming away with a 3-point win, just the Nets' fifth of the season. Box score


Noel on first win: 'Finally'

76ers F Nerlens Noel told Stephen A. Smith after the Sixers got their first win of the season by beating Kobe Bryant and the Lakers: "We've had a lot of fourth-quarter leads and couldn't capitalize in the end, so it was good to finally get the W under our belt."


Baxter Holmes @BaxterHolmes

Byron on Kobe: "I think he had some shots that were ill-advised." Said 17 3-point attempts is, obviously, too many.

Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

I'm sorry but it was hard to watch Kobe tonight. 4-17 from 3. 1-10 in 2nd half. Lakers went from up 14 late 2nd q to losing to 0-18 Philly.

Dave McMenamin @mcten

Individual +/- never tells the whole story, but Kevin Love's -24 in 33 minutes certainly tells you it wasn't his best night

Don't sleep on LeBrons bounce-pass game

LeBron James had 9 turnovers in the Cavaliers first home loss of the season, but this lengthy bounce pass found its mark perfectly.


Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Philadelphia 76ers snap an 18-game losing streak to open the season and avoid the worst start in NBA history by beating the Los Angeles Lakers, 103-91, at Wells Fargo Center. Kobe Bryant's final game in his hometown started well, as he hit three of his first four shots, but he went ice cold from there, finishing with 20 points on 7 of 26 shots, including 4 of 17 from 3-point range. The Lakers fall to 2-15.

Russell's first NBA slam is a big one

Rookie D'Angelo Russell reminded the 76ers why he went 2nd overall in the draft with this huge dunk over Nerlens Noel.


T.J. McConnell breaks Lou Williams ankles

If there was one play that summed up the previously-winless 76ers beating the Lakers, it was probably this crossover that made Lou Williams look like he was playing Twister.


Russell puts English on no-look pass

We're not sure how D'Angelo Russell weaved this pass through the 76ers defense to get the ball to Julius Randle, but we're definitely impressed.


Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

The Sixers ended a record 28-game losing streak -- the longest losing streak in major U.S. Professional Sports -- and an 0-18 start to the 2015-16 season by securing a 103-91 victory over the Lakers on Tuesday night. It was their first win since March 25.

Kobe briefly flashes vintage form

For a few minutes, Kobe Bryant looked like the MVP of old, putting up 13 points in the first quarter and making 3 of his first 4 shots.


Sixers get first win at Kobe's expense

Philadelphia entered 0-18 and had lost 28 straight dating to last season. But a big third quarter got the 76ers their first win, as Kobe Bryant finished with 20 pts on 7-for-26 shooting in his Philadelphia farewell. Box score


Wall's season high leads Wizards to win

John Wall scored a season high 35 points -- his first 30-point game of the season -- to help the Wizards hand the Cavaliers their first home loss in 2015-16. Box score