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"You could be the worst person in the world, but if you score a lot of points or win a championship, you can murder somebody."
Iguodala didn't talk before the game. Coach Doug Collins brushed off the comments.
"With Dre, he's just not a guy who's going to say a lot of warm and fuzzy things," he said. "That's just not what he does."
He didn't do much of anything in the first half. Holiday made his first eight shots for the Sixers, a run that included a 3 to end the first half for a 56-55 lead.
Bargnani scored seven points in third and was aided by a strong effort out of Aaron Gray was enough to give the Raptors and rare winning streak.
Jose Calderon briefly left after Brand accidentally elbowed him in the right eye. Calderon returned with his eye bandaged -- and nailed a 3 late in the fourth. He had 12 points and 13 assists. Ed Davis grabbed 14 rebounds.
NOTES: The Sixers are 9-16 after the 20-9 start. ... The Sixers are 8-6 in the second of back-to-backs.
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