|Believe it or not, there's one positive thing about the horrible basketball we're witnessing on a nightly basis from our beloved Philadelphia 76ers. These posts basically write themselves. I find myself with more to say about the sad state of this once proud franchise than I have the time to type. Tonight's stupendous loss, their eighth in a row, was no different.|
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|With AI quietly preparing for his Monday night debut, the rest of the Sixers roster (let's call them the forgotten 13) is gearing up to stop their seven-game skid against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Preview and game thread after the jump.|
|I've had some time to let this one percolate in my mind and now I think I can write about it. First of all, give credit where credit is due. The Thunder played an excellent, excellent defensive game tonight. Missing their star and arguably their second-best player they used a simple defensive scheme to embarrass a "playoff" team that desperately needed a win. After the jump I have a few words for the Sixers, one in particular.|
|The 16-46 Oklahoma City Thunder will play host to the Sixers tonight without their budding superstar, Kevin Durant. Their second-leading scorer, Jeff Green, is also questionable. Green missed last night's game with back problems. Needless to say, this is a golden opportunity for the Sixers to finish off a sweep of this quick two-game road trip. After the jump we'll take a look at the stats, the strategy and have the in-game discussion.|
|It was great to see the Sixers get back to .500 with an easy win over the Thunder tonight. This was a game against an extremely bad team that the Sixers should have won easily, and they did, 110-85....|
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