The young Sixers started off good at home vs. the Raps, now they've tapered off tonight, with tons of TOs.
One thing I don't get: if I'm Brett Brown, why can't I run a 10 (or 11)-man rotation, that utilizes all three seven-footers. It's obviously this team relies way too much on Joel, and with him on a minute restriction all season, that can put too much pressure on him, and with the bench unable to generate their own offense, Jahlil would be the anchor to that.
I'd run that shit like this:
PG: McConnell / Sergio
SG: Henderson / Luwawu-Cabarrot / Stauksis
SF: Da Homie Dario / Covington
PF: Illasova / Noel
C: Embiid / Big Jah
I don't even have Lebron hands down the second greatest basketball player of all time, Duncan has 5 and had the Spurs in contention his whole career, Magic got 5, Russell got 11, Lebron is up there but he has to do some special things here at the tail end of his career to be considered the goat imo, he's probably the greatest athlete in terms of physical ability but overall resume nah