Last season was an absolute disaster for the Philadelphia 76ers.
After back-to-back playoff campaigns in 2008 and 2009, the franchise hired Eddie Jordan to take the Sixers to the next level.
Instead, he took them a step backward.
The Sixers finished 27-55 last season, which was their worst record since 1997. Many players looked lost in Jordan’s Princeton offense. Andre Iguodala, Thaddeus Young, and Marreese Speights did not improve from the previous season.
As a result, Jordan was fired.
How could the Sixers possibly make the playoffs this season after last season’s debacle?
Here are a few reasons why: