Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

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Re: Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

Post by awfulstack »

The Sixers have the same problem they had last year.

The non Embiid minutes are generally atrocious.

They don’t have anyone that can stop penetration.

So yes Harden is not peak Harden, but the reason the Sixers had to take the Harden risk is because it’s a team very shallow in depth that’s only hope is Harden helping them survive non-Embiid minutes.
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Re: Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

Post by awfulstack »

But again this is where Doc hurts.

At some point you have to mix it up. Maybe try a zone against the Raptors and forcing them to beat you from 3, not really a strength, but he just sits around with Doc face as Siakam and Trent get to the rim at will.
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Re: Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

Post by awfulstack »

Sixers need to win the last 2 and hope Boston loses to Memphis which is possible.
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Re: Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

Post by FolesMVP09 »

I still think that whatever remote chance the Sixers have to get to the conference finals, 4th seed gives them their best shot.

Assuming the Nets get 7th seed, Raptors/Heat is more plausible then having to beat Boston, Milwaukee and/or the Nets
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Re: Sixers' 2021-2022 GDT #80: 04/07/22 76ers(49-30) @ Raptors(46-33) - 7:30pm

Post by headclown »

awfulstack wrote: Fri Apr 08, 2022 1:52 am
headclown wrote: Fri Apr 08, 2022 1:48 am Unless it is Chicago or Cleveland, the Sixers have not beaten a good team since the Harden trade


They’ve beaten the Heat, Cavs twice, Mavs, Clippers.

So yea if you don’t count the good teams, they haven’t beaten a good team.
No they have not...since the Harden trade...Mavs...ok, but the Clippers are not a good team especially when the Sixers played them
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