Philadelphia 76ers: 10 Bold Predictions for the Post All-Star Break

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Philadelphia 76ers: 10 Bold Predictions for the Post All-Star Break
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The All-Star game has finally stumbled upon us as we have finally reached the halfway mark of the 2010-2011 season.

The Sixers hold a record of 27-29 and they trail the New York Knicks for the sixth seed in the playoffs by just two games.

At first, they started the season with a dreadful 3-13 record. Thoughts came up of yet another horrible season by them. Fans also began to question Doug Collins.

Boy, did Collins and the Sixers prove us wrong.

After the horrible start, the 76ers finished of the first half of the year with a record of 24-16. That's pretty impressive, if you ask me. Plus, they have lost ten games within five points. You can do the math.

They would be in the run for the top team in the Eastern Conference with that record.

This team has made a huge transition from last season and each night they are competing in every single game.

They finished the first half of the season on a hot streak and are seeking to carry on that hot streak for the rest of the season.

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