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Byline: Eddie Sefko
PHILADELPHIA _ It's a good thing the Philadelphia 76ers were missing the NBA's leading scorer, or this could have been really ugly.
The Sixers, who without Allen Iverson couldn't beat the team with the worst record in the league the previous night, had an answer for everything the Mavericks tried Saturday as they pulled off a 93-89 upset at American Airlines Center.
Unable to stop Philadelphia for three quarters, the Mavericks couldn't make enough plays at the end to pull out a win.
"We didn't play the defense we're capable of until the fourth quarter," said Erick Dampier, who had a monster game with 26 rebounds. "They …