Doc Jon wrote:Eh, the Sixers are what 2.5 games away from anyone not named the Heat or the Bulls, so if you don't think they've done anything this season, then so be it. I doubt I can convince you otherwise nor am I really inclined to.
And losing your center is a part of any team especially since they had no real depth at that position. It doesn't mean they didn't have depth overall, because that's a silly argument as well. Other teams would kill for the Sixers bench.
So the Celtics handed the Heat their worst loss of the season today so I am happy.
Living on the West Coast I've seen more Celtics game in the last 4 years than I have in the last 20. The reason why is not only that they won a title a few years ago, they have star power, which is the Sixers biggest problem. They don't have a franchise player that will bring in good television ratings, so ESPN, TNT and NBAtv won't feature them that much.
You are correct about the bench, but, until they pick up a legitimate superstar don't hope on seeing them televised too much.
Just get a league pass.