Walker's 60 points not enough; 76ers top Hornets 122-119

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There were many reasons the 76ers traded for Jimmy Butler. Yes, that's true, but I think people are now starting to realize how good Kemba really is.

"We did what we're supposed to do".

"It's so much more fun to play with these guys".

Asked how he has got so hot in the last couple of nights, Walker said in his on-court interview: "I'm just playing basketball".

In the closing seconds of regulation, he hit two free throws to tie the game and give him 58 points on the night.

The Warriors, missing injured starters Stephen Curry and Draymond Green - and still smarting from the dust-up between Green and teammate Kevin Durant earlier this week - led by eight in the second half before Dallas rallied to beat the Warriors for just the second time in their last 19 meetings.

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"I think out of anybody that's going to experience the biggest adjustment it's going to be him", Brown said, according to Atlantic City Press. Ben Simmons fell one assist shy of a triple-double, scoring 23 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. "I just got a piece of the ball". James Borrego picked up his first technical foul as Hornets coach.

Jimmy Butler was the hero in Charlotte, knocking down the game-winning three-pointer with 0.3 seconds remaining to give the Philadelphia 76ers a 122-119 win over the Charlotte Hornets.

76ers: Host the Phoenix Suns on Monday night.

Butler ended with 15 points, but despite victory for the 76ers, the plaudits will go to Walker who had six three-pointers, seven rebounds and four assists. To make things better, the Hornets actually won this game, defeating the Celtics by a final score of 117-112.

Joel Embiid's stat-line might as well be imprinted as a permanent staple in every 76ers postgame report.

While Saturday night's thriller had several jaw-dropping statistics, sometimes the game just comes down to making plays.

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