"13 to 4 Officiating Disparity Disappointed 76ers Coach Doc Rivers Ahead of Game 7"

Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers said he was "disappointed" after learning the NBA's officiating report from Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals saw 13 officiating errors disadvantaging the 76ers compared to just 4 for their opponents, the Boston Celtics. Rivers said, "It was disappointing to see, honestly. A 13 to four disparity...in a one-point, two-point game, it's hard to recover from." James Harden, who went 4-for-16 from the field in the game, voiced his frustrations over the number of missed calls. He said, "Tonight, it was just frustrating because I'm number one as far as fouls that don't get called." Rivers is looking to advance to the Eastern Conference finals for the first time since 2012 and, referring to the situation his team is in, he said, "Oh yeah, everyone [feels pressure]...it's an honor to keep getting teams to these places. This is what it's about, you put yourself out there because you want to win." The 76ers will look to do just that in Game 7 on Sunday.