The Philadelphia 76ers have become the worst team in the NBA.
Sure, the Milwaukee Bucks, at 13-55, have a worse record than the 76ers, who are 15-52, but the 76ers have lost 21 consecutive games.
Things won’t get much easier on Wednesday night when they host the 37-30 Chicago Bulls.
The Bulls are 13-point favorites, which is no surprise.
It is also no surprise the 76ers likely won’t be favored in another game this season.
In fact, according to our friends over at Bovada, the 76ers are now favored to break the Cleveland Cavaliers’ record losing streak of 26 and are favored to lose every remaining games on their schedule this season.
Will the Philadelphia 76ers beat the league record of 26 consecutive losses?
Yes -350 (2/7)
No +225 (9/4)
Will the Philadelphia 76ers win another game during the 2013-2014 Regular Season?
Yes -300 (1/3)
No +200 (2/1)
Largest Margin of Defeat for the Philadelphia 76ers in the remainder of the 2013-2014 Regular Season?
As terrible as this season has been, if the 76ers wind up with an elite prospect, Nerlens Noel comes back healthy and Thaddeus Young remains with the team, along with Michael Carter-Williams, the 76ers will be in excellent shape for the future.