02/01/10 11:18 am EST
We’re not going to waste much time with recapping the 76ers (16-31) escape from the Izod Center with a win over the awful Nets who by the way were missing their best player, Devin Harris. This was arguably the worst NBA game we have witnessed all season and hopefully those of you with children did not let them watch this debacle last night.
Yes the Sixers got a win and we guess that’s what really counts (Or is it?), but their supposed to beat the Lebron James courting Nets and they should have taken care of business in a more dominating manner.
It’s unbelievable to us that the Sixers team which was so brutal last night in NJ was the same team that played a very solid game Friday night and took Kobe and the defending World Champion LA Lakers to the wire before losing at the end because the Lakers simply had better talent. How does such a discrepancy happen from Friday to Sunday night? It happens when a coach has lost a team, which from the body language and facial expressions on the the Sixers players is what has happened to this squad.
This is all you need to know about last night’s W over hopeless NJ…