Three former College of Tennessee basketball gamers competed within the NBA Friday. Two others had been inactive and one didn’t play on account of a coach’s determination.
In Philadelphia, the 76ers defeated Boston, 111-99, at Wells Fargo Middle.
Tobias Harris began at ahead for Philadelphia and performed 39 minutes. He had 17 factors, 9 rebounds, two assists and one steal.
Harris was 7-for-15 from the ground, 1-for-6 from past the 3-point arc and 2-for-2 from the free throw line.
Rookie Jaden Springer was inactive for the 76ers.
Josh Richardson and Grant Williams appeared off the bench for the Celtics.
Richardson logged 18 minutes and had 5 factors, 4 rebounds and one help. He was 1-for-3 from the ground, 1-for-1 from lengthy vary and 2-for-2 from the foul line.
Williams performed 14 minutes and had 5 factors, 5 rebounds and two assists. He went 2-for-3 from the ground and 1-for-2 from past the 3-point arc.
In Charlotte, Orlando defeated the Hornets, 116-109, at Spectrum Middle.
Admiral Schofield didn’t play on account of a coach’s determination.
Yves Pons was inactive for Memphis in its 112-85 loss to the Mavericks at FedEx Discussion board.