[Introduction] After the 76ers successfully broke into the playoffs last season, the fans are full of expectations for this young team, but
A big gamble by the management has made the team taste the taste of failure this season.
Interpretation of data
Regular season ranking changes: 8 → 9 (East)
Winning rate: 41.5% (34 wins and 48 losses, 23 wins and 18 losses at home/11 wins and 30 losses away)
Points scored/losed: 93.2/96.5
Field goal percentage: 44.4%/45.4% (average field goal percentage against opponents)
The reason why the 76ers will drop in the ranking is due to the poor production record and the loss of the extremely strong defense last season (the average conceded points per game last season was only 89.4).
Judging from the team’s average data per game, except for three-point shooting percentage, steals and turnover control, the rest of the statistics cannot beat the opponent.
For fish belly, it doesn’t matter how much you lose, but for mid-range teams, no progress means failure. There are 16 playoff spots in the league every season, and there is only one championship.
Success, if you don’t climb up step by step, then you can only bow your head and be a loser.
The 76ers are now a mid-range team. They were originally ambitious, but because of the gambling deal about Bynum, the team fell into a lot of trouble.
In fact, the starting point of the management is good. The outside line has vitality and potential. If Bynum can hold up a piece of sky inside, then… Unfortunately, Bynum’s naive heart ruined his health and shattered 76.
Temporary failure is not terrible. I hope the 76ers can play even better next season!
Lineup Potential: ★★★★
Lineup strength: ★★★
Team score: ★★
Team charm: ★★