Al Horford looked like the Al Horford of the past, finishing with 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 assists. Of the group, Harris and Horford were the only opening-day starters, and Horford was demoted from the starting lineup on Feb. 11 against the Clippers.
Harris and Horford combined to score 11 of the Sixers’ first 15 points. The big man added a pair of foul shots at the 2:05 mark to give the Sixers a 118-106 lead. The Sixers went on to outscore the Kings, 13-2, in the final 4:05.
“That jumper by Tobias really set the tone for us,” Horford said, “Because they were on their way back. And, yeah, we made some plays down the stretch to seal it.
“It just feel good, man.