It felt like the Philadelphia 76ers got off to a bumpy start by winning some games early in the season, but they've definitely gotten back to where they should be by going into the NBA All-Star break with a 15-39 record.
Philly currently has the second-worst record in the league behind the Milwaukee Bucks and is in place for a high draft pick. The strange part is that the Sixers are one of the NBA's worst teams, but they've actually had some pretty good individual performances during the season.
The team's record just means there are more negatives than anything else.
Here's a look at the grades for the Sixers' key players heading into the All-Star break.