The Philadelphia 76ers are just eight games into the season and with a mediocre record of 4-4, it instinctively compels fans to assess each player's production thus far.
Losing to the formerly 0-8 Detroit Pistons Wednesday night was very disappointing, and the players are at fault for underachieving. They are just two weeks into the season, but it has been two weeks of mediocrity—mediocrity that Sixers fans thought were the past.
Thus, it is important to analyze each player and figure out what exactly is going wrong.
The following grades are subjectively based on the individual, not necessarily made by comparing everyone's total overall production. Each player has different expectations and roles they need to play the grades reflect their ability to do so.
**Note: Andrew Bynum, Kwame Brown, Maalik Wayns and Damien Wilkins are not on the list for lack of playing time to judge.