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Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET

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Re: Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET 

Post#41 » by marcush » Tue Jan 11, 2022 9:04 am

Hinkie was really honest when he said we needed multiple high FRPs because we were going to miss on some. That really has been on the money.

So many fails for one big hit.
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Re: Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET 

Post#42 » by Skates » Tue Jan 11, 2022 11:04 pm

Looks like the Sixers saw what was obvious and cut Aaron Henry in favor of a two way deal with Charlie Brown Jr. very small move, but very much the right one.
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Re: Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET 

Post#43 » by SixthStreet » Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:20 am

It might just be nostalgia, but weren't the process Sixers a lot more fun to watch than these Rockets? They have no "fun" players. At least we had high motor energy guys like TJ, Wroten, Holmes, Grant (before he was good). PG Jakarr was always an entertaining watch. Hollis could go off for 6 3s on any notice. Sauce Castillo was my favorite. None of these Rockets scrubs are anywhere near as fun.
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Re: Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET 

Post#44 » by Arsenal » Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:22 am

Skates wrote:Looks like the Sixers saw what was obvious and cut Aaron Henry in favor of a two way deal with Charlie Brown Jr. very small move, but very much the right one.


Peanuts really flashed in both games he played, so it's well deserved.
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Re: Game 39 - 76ers @ Rockets - Jan 10th - 8:00 pm ET 

Post#45 » by Skates » Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:51 am

SixthStreet wrote:It might just be nostalgia, but weren't the process Sixers a lot more fun to watch than these Rockets? They have no "fun" players. At least we had high motor energy guys like TJ, Wroten, Holmes, Grant (before he was good). PG Jakarr was always an entertaining watch. Hollis could go off for 6 3s on any notice. Sauce Castillo was my favorite. None of these Rockets scrubs are anywhere near as fun.


Brett Brown is an excellent process team coach, he kept them playing like a team that at least looked like it had a plan and had fun at the same time.

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