Henry Sims can see the growth and he’s not referring to the stack of losses.
The Philadelphia 76ers’ skid continued and so did their march toward the wrong kind of record.
They have dropped 24 straight after losing 91-81 to the Chicago Bulls on Saturday. But Sims can at least see some positives.
”We’re learning to play better with each other,” he said. ”We’re learning to make better decisions down the stretch. We’re growing right now, and that’s the main focus right now. The games we have left, we want to keep growing.”
They wouldn’t mind stopping the losing streak, either, but the Bulls weren’t about to let that happen. Associated Press
The 76ers (15-55) now sport a 24-game losing streak but at least they are fighting back.
The Milwaukee Bucks (13-57) are still two games worse in the win-loss column as both teams vie for more ping pong balls in the 2014 NBA draft lottery.
The next two games for the 76ers are against the San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Rockets. – AL
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