What We’ve Learned About the Philadelphia 76ers After the First Month

November 30th, 2012 by Zachary Arthur Leave a reply »
The Philadelphia 76ers' first month is out of the way, and we've certainly learned a lot about this year's team.

They have had their ups and downs, but are currently sitting at 9-6, which has to be looked at as a positive.

Although they've been successful, one player has been noticeably absent from the team. His presence has been missed, and it's easy to wonder where the Sixers would be at if they had him right now.

That player is of course Andrew Bynum.

Bynum averages more stories per day than minutes per game and that's certainly not what Philadelphia envisioned after trading for him this summer. It feels like something always goes wrong or another round of bowling takes place whenever he nears return.

Still though, Philly has played through his absence and found themselves with a solid winning record through month one.

Here's a look at what we've learned about the Sixers through the first month. And please, leave a comment about anything that you've learned.

All statistics in this article are accurate as of games played through Nov. 29.

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