Philadelphia 76ers Perspective Going into 2010-11 NBA Season

September 14th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
If you would have told me the Sixers season would of ended with only 12 wins at home on paper last season, with a team laden with veterans (not even noting Allen Iverson's late reincarnation), I would have thought you were joking. It would have been nonsense to me at the time.

But sure enough, it happened.

To give more reasoning on their underachieving season, the Sixers' first game against the Orlando Magic literally showed how they rode themselves through a dimension of demise, as Andre Iguodala, their end-all be-all, struggled with his shooting by going 27 percent from the field and attempting two threes where neither was seen going in at the hold of 48 minutes.

Their 120-106 loss made a plan of suggestion for their star early, if to say, even though you haven't shot the ball well up to this point, as it isn't a strength of yours, this is what it'll take to win from here on out.

Well, we know what happen after that meeting of minds—their season faltered on a 12-game losing streak.

But even after falling flat on their faces, it didn't last long, as their spirits lifted after seeing first-year player Jrue Ho ...

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