The 76ers are on a three-game losing streak as the most important games of the regular season in the Eastern Conference are taking place.
Philadelphia landed superstar James Harden just before the trade deadline with hopes of competing for a championship but it seems that not everything is smooth within the team.
According Wosny Lambre of The Ringer, Sixers players are ‘not feeling’ Doc Rivers and that affects the team’s results. He also revealed that some people from within the team are not optimistic about their chances of competing for a title this year.
Via Adam Hermann of NBC Sports:
“A few weeks ago – because I’m decently tapped-in with the players side of what’s happening with the Sixers, though I don’t know anybody in the Morey administration – I’m hearing like, ‘Man, guys are not feeling Doc. His rotations, his philosophy, what he’s doing. Guys aren’t feeling it.’ To me sometimes you can chalk it up to be like, ‘I should be playing more.’ That’s every NBA player. So I’m like, I’m ignoring this. I’m ignoring this.”