Exploiting the Philadelphis 76ers' 5 Biggest Weaknesses for 2012-13

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Exploiting the Philadelphis 76ers' 5 Biggest Weaknesses for 2012-13
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The Philadelphia 76ers have started off 10-7 and are establishing themselves as a playoff team, but despite their success, the Sixers do have a handful of weaknesses that need to be acknowledged and fixed.

There are always areas for improvement for any team, young ones like the Sixers especially. And like any young team, they are still growing and learning how to complement each other to the fullest.

The Sixers have always put forth a consistent effort defensively, but offensively is a different story. Averaging just above 93 points per game (which ranks 25th in the league), speaks on its own that there is a lack of production offensively.

However, this problem does not solely reflect scoring. It also reflects what the Sixers are not doing or are doing poorly that, if executed properly, could result in a very productive offense.

Let's take a look at key areas where the Sixers have struggled and can improve...

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