The game may have appeared meaningless, but don’t say that to Sixers head coach Brett Brown or the players in his locker room.

With their 100-87 victory over the shorthanded Miami Heat on the final day of NBA’s the regular season, the Sixers closed out the year on a two-game winning streak.

During a season in which they endured a brutal 26-game skid to tie the NBA record for consecutive loss, the Sixers will gladly take any win they can get their hands on.

“We went out there and played as a team, played collectively and had fun playing basketball,” Thaddeus Young said after the Sixers finished the season 19-63, the third-worst record in franchise history.

With the Heat already locked in as the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference, they decided to rest stars LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

However, the Sixers weren’t able to take advantage of those absences until the third quarter. They outscored the Heat 29-15 during the frame and held Miami to just five made baskets in extending their four-point halftime lead to 18.