NBA Playoffs 2011: Power Ranking the Key Players in Philadelphia 76ers Rotation

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NBA Playoffs 2011: Power Ranking the Key Players in Philadelphia 76ers Rotation
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The Philadelphia 76ers have one of the better benches and are one of the deepest teams in the NBA playoffs.

The depth of their rotation is a key factor in why they surprised many and made the playoffs this year as the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference.

The Sixers had 12 players that averaged over 10 minutes per game during the regular season.

The Sixers continued playing with a full rotation by playing 11 players in Game 1 and 10 players in Game 2 vs. the Miami Heat.

If the Sixers have any hope of pulling off an upset or two in the first round, it will be because of their bench play.

It will be because they prove themselves to be a deeper team than Miami.

These players, in order, are the most pivotal to the 76ers rotation.

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