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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- For nearly two months, the Philadelphia 76ers couldnt win a road game. Lately, they cant lose. Thaddeus Young scored 28 points, Evan Turner had 24 and the 76ers defeated the Sacramento Kings 113-104 on Thursday night for their third straight victory. The suddenly surging 76ers took the lead early in the second quarter and never trailed again in winning their third consecutive road game after losing the previous 13. Prior to the winning streak, Philadelphias last road win was Nov. 1 against Washington. "We were talking and we dont know when was the last time weve done that," Spencer Hawes said. "Coming out west, its something thats very hard to do." With the 76ers coming off an impressive victory Wednesday night in Denver, it might have seemed more likely the rested Kings would have more energy. Yet it was the young 76ers displaying more effort, forcing the sloppy Kings into 23 turnovers that led to 27 Philadelphia points. The 76ers had seven players in double figures against Denver and five one night later. In a foul-plagued game, the bench contributed 41 points. "We are really making an effort on the defensive end," Young said. "And on offence were sharing the ball better than we have at any stretch all season." Young had a big game at both ends of the court. He made a career-high six steals, including five in the first half, to tie the arena record. He shot 9 of 16 and had seven rebounds, four assists and zero turnovers. "Thaddeus is playing with a high level of confidence, supported by his skill set," 76ers coach Brett Brown said. "Hes playing with both energy and explosiveness." Turner also enjoyed a strong overall game. He hit 11 of 22 shots and added 10 rebounds and six assists. Reserve guard Tony Wroten scored 21 points for Philadelphia, which ends its six-game road trip Saturday in Portland. Lavoy Allen and Hawes added 10 points apiece. DeMarcus Cousins scored 22 of his 33 points in the opening half for the Kings, who lost their sixth home game in a row to the 76ers. "I thought we had no energy tonight. I dont know if it had anything to do with we were playing a team with a losing record," Kings coach Michael Malone said. "They knew that the 76ers had just beaten Denver and L.A. on the road. And shoot, weve got a losing record. So I dont think that was the case. It was the matter of us not being able to find a rhythm or consistent energy tonight." Isaiah Thomas had 23 points and seven assists, and Rudy Gay scored 18 for the Kings. Jimmer Fredette had 12 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, and Derrick Williams scored 11. Cousins, who had 14 rebounds, picked up his fourth foul early in the third quarter and sat out the remainder of the period. He was called for his fifth foul less than 3 minutes into the fourth. Fredette started the fourth quarter and scored 10 points in just under 4 minutes, rallying the Kings to 98-93. But the 76ers countered with nine straight points to increase their lead to 14 at the 3:56 mark, and Sacramento never threatened again. "Its a setback, but weve just got to keep moving forward," Fredette said. "We still have four home games on this homestand. We just need to come out to play and try to get the next one. Its disappointing. We have to play better, and we need more energy." Young had 11 points in the third quarter when Philadelphia added to its lead, taking a 92-77 advantage into the fourth. Thomas made a pair of 3-pointers and scored 14 for the Kings, who committed six turnovers in the third. After the Kings cut the lead to nine in the third period, the 76ers ran off nine straight points -- six by Young -- to build an 83-65 cushion. Wroten and Turner both had 13 points in the first half as the 76ers shot 50 per cent to open a 61-51 lead. Playing a physical game inside, Cousins shot 8 of 11 on free throws and scored 22 points in the opening half. NOTES: Thomas connected on a 3 early in the first quarter and has made one in 25 straight games. ... Hawes, who played his first three seasons with the Kings, was booed all game. Last season when the city was trying to keep the team in Sacramento, Hawes publicly stated he wanted the Seattle group to buy the Kings and move them. Hawes, who fouled out, grew up a Seattle SuperSonics fan. ... Kings reserve guard Marcus Thornton drew a delay of game in the first quarter. He apparently was tucking in his shirt a little too slowly for referee Danny Crawford. ... Cousins drew his NBA-leading 10th technical foul in the second quarter. Stitched NHL Jerseys . On paper, it looks a little like Andre the Giant taking on a midget wrestler. It has all the makings of a rout with the Americans adding an eighth win in nine outings of this biennial event. 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CATHARINES, Ont. -- The Niagara IceDogs scored all five goals in the third period en route to a 5-2 win over the Belleville Bulls in Ontario Hockey League play Tuesday. Brendan Perlini got the tying goal, and later added his 23rd of the season on the power play to make it 4-2 for Niagara (12-21-4), while Mitchell Fitzmorris, Matt Gillard and Billy Jenkins also scored. Remi Elie opened the scoring for Belleville (10-23-4) with a power-play goal in the second period. Andrew Mings goal in the second got the Bulls to within 3-2. Brent Moran made 20 saves for Niagara, while Charlie Graham turned back 37 for the Bulls. Jason Da Silva saw just over three minutes of action in the Belleville net and stopped the only shot that went his way. --- FRONTENACS 3 STEELHEADS 2 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Ryan Kujawinski scored twice, including the tying goal, and Spencer Watson got the winner as Kingston rallied to beat the Steelheads. Mississauga (15-20-4) opened a 2-0 lead with a first-period goal from Bryson Cianfrone, and another at 2:24 of the second period from Nathan Bastian. Kujanwinski got the Frontenacs (20-12-4) on the scoreboard exactly one minute later, and he got the tying goal on the power play at 19:12 of the second period. Watson scored the winner at 3:46 of the third period. Both goaltenders shined, with Spencer Martin making 43 saves for Mississauga, and Lucas Peressini 39 for Kingston. --- WOLVES 2 BATTALION 1 (SO) SUDBURY, Ont. -- Franky Palazzese made 41 saves, with seven of them coming in overtime, to lead the Wolves to their win over North Bay. Mathew Campagna was the only player to score in the shootout. Ray Huether opened the scoring for Sudbury (20-10-6) with a power-play goal at 14:12 of the first period, and Mike Amadio tied it for the Battalion (18-16-3) at 11:35 of the third period. Brendan ONeil made 23 saves for North Bay. --- GREYHOUNDS 6 SPIRIT 5 SAGINAW, Mich. -- Andrew Fritsch scored the winner at 13:01 of the third period as Sault Ste. Marie unleashed a 51-shot attack to beat the Spirit. David Miller got the equalizer for the Greyhounds (26-8-4), who won their third in a row. Tyler Gaudet scored twice for Sault Ste. Marie, with Zachary Senyshyn and Kevin Spinozzi rounding out the scoring.dddddddddddd Eric Locke, Kristoff Kontos, Justin Sefton, Terry Trafford and Jeremiah Addison replied for the Spirit (16-17-5), who dropped their sixth in a row. Nikita Serebryakov stopped 45 shots for the Spirit, while Matt Murray handled 21 shots for the Soo. --- SPITFIRES 5 WHALERS 1 WINDSOR, Ont. -- The Spitfires took a 4-0 lead over Plymouth into the third period en route to their fourth win in a row. Ben Johnson scored in the first period, and Remy Giftopoulos, Steven Janes and Nikita Yazkov connected in the second for Windsor (24-12-1). Whalers defenceman Mathieu Henderson ruined Dalen Kuchmeys shutout bid with a power-play goal at 3:53 of the third period. Sam Povorozniouk completed the scoring with an empty netter. Kuchmey finished 25 saves, while Zack Bowman also handed 25 for Plymouth (13-20-4). --- KNIGHTS 6 STING 3 LONDON, Ont. -- Max Domi and Matt Rupert each scored twice to lead the Knights to their win over Sarnia. Domis second goal, into an empty net, was his 20th of the season. Alex Basso and Kyle Platzer also scored for London (26-7-4), which led 4-3 after two periods. Nikita Korostelev scored twice for the Sting (12-21-4), and Nickolas Latta added his 22nd of the season. Taylor Dupuis stopped 37 shots for Sarnia, and Londons Jake Patterson turned back 31. --- OTTERS 4 RANGERS 0 ERIE, Pa. -- Devin Williams made 22 saves for his fourth shutout of the season as the league-leading Otters snapped a three-game losing streak. Jake Evans scored in the first period, Connor Brown got his 24th of the season in the second, and Dane Fox followed in the period with his league leading 42nd for Erie (30-7-1). Patrick Murphy closed the scoring in the third period. Jordan DeKort made 22 saves for Kitchener (13-22-1). --- STORM 4 COLTS 1 BARRIE, Ont. -- Justin Nichols turned aside 34 shots as Guelph breezed past the Colts. Robby Fabbri, Nick Ebert, Jason Dickinson and Justin Auger each scored for the Storm (27-7-3). Zach Halls second-period goal was the lone offence Barrie (19-15-3) managed against Guelph. Colts goalies Mackenzie Blackwood and Daniel Gibl combined for 34 saves. ' ' '

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