Philadelphia 76ers Stock Watch: Risers and Fallers Near Halfway Point

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Philadelphia 76ers Stock Watch: Risers and Fallers Near Halfway Point
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The Philadelphia 76ers are almost at the midway point of their 2012-13 season, so it's time to evaluate how some of their key players are performing as of late. This list is not a stock report for the entire season, but rather a report on the last few weeks.

The Sixers' stock as a team is falling rapidly, as they seem to have lost their early season mojo. The team has fallen below .500 and out of the top eight teams in the Eastern Conference. The Sixers had a very easy schedule to begin the season, and ever since they started playing tougher teams on a more consistent basis, they have proven to be just an average ballclub.

The 76ers seem to be stalling for Andrew Bynum's return, which is not going to earn them any wins. Management cannot afford to wait for Bynum to recover, so they need to make a move for a legitimate center to keep the Sixers in the playoff hunt.

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