Bad luck seems to follow the Philadelphia 76ers, but this time, they only were partly to blame.
In a meeting between the 4-12 Minnesota Timberwolves and the 0-17 Sixers, the referees had to restart the game 16 seconds in, after a full possession. Why, you ask? Because the two teams were somehow shooting at the wrong baskets. Naturally.
On the bright side, the Sixers pulled out an 85-77 win to avoid matching the worst start in NBA history, owned by the 2009-10 New Jersey Nets. Also, this happened.
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