The Indiana Pacers suffered a 93-92 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday, dropping Indy to 15-24 on the season.
After the game, veteran forward David West, who scored 28 points in the loss, offered praise to the Sixers:
"They play hard. They compete. They're just young," he said. "We knew this wasn't going to be an easy game, particularly coming in here; (the) crowd was fired up. We had a chance to separate ourselves from them early, (but) our defense ... we weren't able to contain (them). If they weren't scoring, we were sending them to the free-throw line. It just hurt us in the end."
Head coach Frank Vogel echoed West's sediments, saying he though Philly was "getting better".
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