After going to the free-throw line a league-low 18.2 times per game - just shy of the league-low record of 18 by the 2005-06 Phoenix Suns - the Sixers have lived on the line in this series.
The Sixers have gone to the line 30 times or more in three of their four playoff games against Chicago.
So what gives?
Coach Doug Collins said part of the reason for the difference has been the insertion of Evan Turner into the starting lineup.
"We're playing a different team," Collins said. "Jodie Meeks was the starter and he would stand out beyond the three-point line and give us spacing. Now all of a sudden we've got three guys out there that are all driving - and you throw Lou [Williams] out there, four. So now we're a different team.