Best and Worst Case Scenarios for Philadelphia 76ers After the All-Star Break

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Best and Worst Case Scenarios for Philadelphia 76ers After the All-Star Break
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With losses in five of their last seven outings, the Philadelphia 76ers seem to be missing the spark that propelled them to an 18-7 start this season. While the team is in no immediate danger of missing the playoffs, things could quickly take a turn for the worse for a team that plays 20 of its final 34 games away from the Wells Fargo Center.

Philadelphia's performance in the second half of the season hinges on a few key factors: most notably, the health of center Spencer Hawes and the consistency of point guard Jrue Holiday. Before we get to see how it plays out, let's take a look at some of the best and worst case scenarios for the 76ers as they head into the All-Star break.

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