Get the Sixers going? That was never the point this season, not for a franchise that decided spinning its wheels in mediocrity for most of the past decade was never going to win it a championship. The Sixers needed to gut the roster, collect draft picks, build for the future and lose games.
And lose ‘em big.
So they did, including the whopping 26-game stretch that helped stick them at 19-63 and solidified a 19.9 percent chance at winning the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft.
"I think the season has been a huge success for us," Harris said Friday.” —This Associated Press article is a disgusting piece of sports journalism. Losing games should never be the goal of a season. I’m not sure how the NBA can fix these misplaced incentives, but it should.
RIYL: Vintage Odd Future (that a thing yet?), Clipse, anything you would describe in conversation as “grimy”
New Good Ol’ Tape. Enter your center, y’all.