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Thu December 10, 2009
Pistons send 76ers to 11th straight loss
PHILADELPHIA – Rodney Stuckey scored 27 points and hit the winner with 8.7 seconds left to lead the Detroit Pistons to a 90-86 win over Philadelphia on Wednesday night, the 76ers' 11th straight loss.
Allen Iverson scored 11 points in his second game with the Sixers. He hit the tying jumper with 1:06 left that made it 86-all.
Stuckey had the ball stripped by Andre Iguodala, but he grabbed the loose ball and tossed it in for the go-ahead basket with 1 second left on the shot clock.
Iguodala went for the win, but his 3-point attempt was no good. He scored 18 points.
Iverson is 0-5 this season - three losses with Memphis; two with the 76ers. Iverson missed seven of 10 shots from the floor and had three assists.