The Philadelphia 76ers are now 5-0, though it appeared that wouldn’t be the case for most of their game vs the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday night at the Moda Center. Portland led by by 21 points with five minutes remaining in the third quarter and 10 points entering the fourth quarter.

But Philadelphia made a roaring comeback, and Furkan Korkmaz nailed a three-pointer with 0.4 seconds remaining to give the Sixers a 129-128 victory.

Newcomer Al Horford also put together his biggest game as a Sixer, with 25 points to lead Philadelphia in scoring.

Philadelphia will look to improve to 6-0 on Monday, when they take on the Suns in Phoenix.

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