Earlier Thursday, Philadelphia 76ers guard Michael Carter-Williams published an essay on the Players’ Tribune chafing at the notion that his team is tanking. And then, well…
First half summary: http://t.co/N1ano4ioHd
— Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) November 14, 2014
Philadelphia ended the first half trailing the Dallas Mavericks 73-29. They had 10 points in the first quarter. It’s the Sixers’ largest halftime deficit of the shot-clock era.
The players may not be tanking, per se, but it’s hard to deny that the organization is. There’s bad, and then there’s whatever this is.