It's that post All-Star break hangover. No deals were made at the trading deadline, but with the way these guys are playing now, maybe some should have been made.
The Sixers lost today in Miami 97-91, falling to .500 on the year and dropping three straight.
Andre Miller went off with 30 points, Lou Williams had 22 off the bench and Marreese Speights had 12 off the bench.
Still, the Sixers once again shot poorly from the field and thus, another one in the L column.
They lost to Sidney Crosby and the Penguins. That's a big No-No as far as I'm concerned.
The Orange and Black lost 5-4 at home in IN FRONT OF THE LARGEST CROWD IN FLYERS HISTORY (19,992).
WHEN THAT MANY PEOPLE COME TO WATCH YOU PLAY, YOU WIN!
But no. Marty Biron got completely out of net, allowing Crosby to score his second goal of the game and give the Pens their first road win in SIX FREAKING WEEKS.
Not a good day in Philly sports.