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Tim Frazier
Another new look for Sixers, same, old result

PHILADELPHIA For the umpteenth time, 76ers coach Brett Brown looked down at an unfamiliar bench, filled with newly acquired players. So it was no surprise that the once-again new-look Sixers struggled throughout the night and eventually dropped a 106-95 decision to the visiting Indiana Pacers in the team's first game since unloading starting point guard Michael Carter-Williams and rookie K.J. McDaniels. Tim Frazier, who signed his second 10-day contract with the club Thursday, was the starting point guard, and newly acquired JaVale McGee, brought in as part of a money-dumping deal from Denver, came off the bench not long after coming off a plane. There was also a new starting shooting...

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