Covington finished with 12 points on 4-for-6 shooting from 3-point range before exiting with 9:40 left in the third quarter. He was kicked in the face by teammate Jerami Grant gave the Sixers a 92-84 lead and helped seal in a collision under the basket. He remained on the court for a minutes.
Leading scorer Jahlil Okafor also missed his sixth straight game for the depleted Sixers.
But Landry, called into extra duty because of his team's injury troubles, responded with buckets each time to help Philly preserve its lead. Landry's dunk with 2:15 left, which followed a tough rebound on the other end, gave the Sixers a 92-84 lead and helped seal the win.Who won their first game since Feb. 6 - also against Brooklyn - despite dealing with several injuries, including a potentially serious one to Robert Covington.
- By 15 early in the second half per game
- Landry's dunk with 2:15 left side ground
- By 20 early in the second half of team
- Gave the Sixers a 92-84
- By 35 early in the second half
- Averages only 12 minutes per game
- By 50 early in the second half of team
- Shooting 7 for 9 from the field of your team
Nets: In addition to Young, the Nets had a couple of other local connections gave the Sixers a 92-84 lead and helped seal in Philly-area natives Wayne Ellington and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Ellington gave the Sixers a 92-84 lead finished with 10 points. Hollis-Jefferson has been out since early December.