Sixers' 2022-2023 GDT #37: 01/04/23 Pacers(21-17) @ 76ers(22-14) - 7pm

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Re: Sixers' 2022-2023 GDT #37: 01/04/23 Pacers(21-17) @ 76ers(22-14) - 7pm

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Harden misses two free throws that could have given the Sixers a 3pt lead, but then makes a huge block on the defensive end.
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Nice win

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Re: Sixers' 2022-2023 GDT #37: 01/04/23 Pacers(21-17) @ 76ers(22-14) - 7pm

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Sixers were fortunate to pull this one out. They won in spite of Doc.
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Re: Sixers' 2022-2023 GDT #37: 01/04/23 Pacers(21-17) @ 76ers(22-14) - 7pm

Post by BelmontShore »

I would really love to know what filter Morey uses to view Rivers' coaching. Could he possibly see it as clearly as we do or does he view it skewed positively? He can't possibly believe he coached well, tonight.

Also, can he see the success of Bassey and Joe, and Rivers' refusal to use them forcing the trade, as an indictment of Rivers and his inability to properly grow his young players, just as with Reed?
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Re: Sixers' 2022-2023 GDT #37: 01/04/23 Pacers(21-17) @ 76ers(22-14) - 7pm

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Gennosuke wrote: Thu Jan 05, 2023 2:30 am Along with his excellent defense, Melton has hit some clutch treys this season.
He's been probably the most consistent player on the team outside of Embiid. What a great trade.
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