Although the Philadelphia 76ers’ record of 15-46 is only the second worst in the NBA (the honor of the worst record belongs to the 12-48 Milwaukee Bucks), the 76ers have clearly become the league’s worst team.
In the last two weeks, they have been blown out by the Bucks and have lost twice to the Orlando Magic, who have the league’s third-worst record. In both cases, the Magic were missing at least one starter.
The 76ers have been playing this poorly for some time, but things are worse after they traded veteran center Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers and guard Evan Turner and big man Lavoy Allen to the Indiana Pacers. The 76ers got picks and three players, forward Earl Clark, big man Henry Sims and forward Danny Granger in return. They’ve already parted ways with Clark and Granger.
The 76ers are expected to be an underdog in every game for the rest of the season and our friends at Bovada have sent over their chances of winning another game.
Will the Philadelphia 76ers win another game during the 2013-2104 Regular Season?