Poll: Did Inactivity At Trade Deadline Hurt Sixers?

On February 6th, the Sixers were 18-7 and looked poised to make a deep playoff run after beating the Lakers by five at home. Wednesday evening saw Doug Collins’ squad fall to the lowly Raptors by the score of 99-78, bringing their record to 29-25. With the Sixers’ current collapse dropping them to the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, the question becomes whether the team made the right choice to essentially keep their roster completely intact at the trade deadline.

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One thought on “Poll: Did Inactivity At Trade Deadline Hurt Sixers?

  1. Mike N

    the sixers failed to pickup a center to help them. There lack of rebounding and post presents when Hawes is not in the game is embarassing. If Hawes isn’t playing you will more than likely see the 6’8 elton brand who cant jump playing center. Since Collins has shorten his bench and only play 1st round center Vucevic in garbage minutes they should have picked up a quality backup if they weren’t gonna play their rookies.


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