Andre Iguodala, the leader of the Sixers had a not too vague message for Ed Stefanski.
After a disappointing game six loss the Magic, a game in which the Sixers gave the ball up 17 times for 26 points, jacked up 20 three-pointers and made an endless array of "rookie mistakes" he was disgusted.
Calling out teammates, the coaching staff, the water boy and the towel guy post game, he made it clear that there needs to be some changes.
Samuel Dalembert was absolutely embarrassed in the middle. When its Dwight Howard doing the damage you tend to concede the point, but when it's a guy named Marcin Gortat?
You got to wonder if Dalembert ever had or ever will have the mettle to play center in the NBA or if he's just a tall guy.
Lou Williams showed just how young he is jacking up ill-advised threes one after another, amidst turning the ball over 4 times. Four is not all that bad for a starter, but it's horrible for a bench player.
But perhaps the worst part about it is Coach DiLeo allowing it to go on for as long as it did. You think Larry Brown wouldn't have yanked guys who were hurting the team at the first opportunity?
When the pressure is on, the cracks in a team’s veneer tend to show. The Sixers showed that while talented, they are still an unfinished product.
This is a team that could be very good or very middle of the pack, which is good enough to make the postseason but not enough to do any damage...