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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Sixers Can't Shoot

They couldn't shoot last night in a horrible loss to the last place Pacers and they couldn't shoot tonight in a 101-89 loss to the Nuggets at home.

The 76ers shot an unimpressive 28-86 from the field. That is a dismal 32.6 percent. 

Andre Iguodala was 1-6. Why in the hell is the guy who is supposed to be your best player, or at worse, one of your best only getting six shots?

The Sixers are now 27-26 and heading down a path they do not want to after going into the break smoking hot. 

Their next game is Saturday at Miami in a 3:30 p.m. matinee.

Oh yeah, and one more note. Marreese Speights played like three minutes last night against Indiana. 

Tonight, in 22 minutes off the bench, Speights was 5-11 from the field, with 11 points and 10 rebounds. 


What does he do Tony? Why don't you play him? He can obviously contribute, especially with Elton Brand out. 

I don't know. They better beat the Heat, with newly acquired Jermaine O'Neal, on Saturday otherwise I'm going to be one upset Sixers fan, more so than I am now.

1 comment:

Tim Hindin said...

Yea dude they really can't shoot these past 2 games they have barley looked like an NBA team. They can't shoot field goals or free throws.