PHILADELPHIA -- Police say a dispute over a basketball game between the Chicago Bulls and the Philadelphia 76ers game led to a shooting that wounded two men on board an elevated train in Philadelphia.
Lt. John Walker says the shooting late Wednesday on the Market-Frankford El happened after a dispute over the 76ers' loss to the Bulls earlier in the night.
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Walker says a 35-year-old Bulls fan quarreled with two younger males before being shot as his assailants exited the train at 46th street in West Philadelphia. A second man who and tried to calm things down was shot in the leg.
Both men were taken to a hospital for treatment of their wounds and are expected to survive.
Police say there were more than two dozen people on the train at the time.
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