The Philadelphia 76ers’ Resurgence from Mediocrity

August 21st, 2010 by Vincent Heck Leave a reply »
The 76ers are brand new. They have a new look, a new coach, and a new centerpiece to build a team around. Their stadium even underwent a makeover with a new name, the Wells Fargo Center. The Sixers new lineup is looking to shape up as:

C – Elton Brand PF – Thaddeus Young SF – Andre Iguodala SG – Evan Turner PG – Jrue Holiday The bench rotation:

Jason Smith Maureese Speights Jason Kapono Willie Green Louis Williams Nothing to jump out of your chair about, but definitely something for Sixer fans to be hopeful about. That’s the way I feel about the 76ers' upcoming season in general: nothing spectacular but not the worst.

You might say, "Well that, to me, sounds like mediocrity."

Well, yes, it does. But what makes it a bit more then mediocre is the fact that they now have hope for the future.

The starting lineup has received a fresh makeover, dropping stagnant center Samuel Dalembert and adding a No. 2 overall pick. 

Though the Sixers show some promise, there are still questions surrounding this lineup:

Is there more then just potential on this team? Will ...

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