(PHILADELPHIA) — The Philadelphia 76ers (29-25) once promising season seems to be slipping away. After starting 20-9, the Sixers have lost 16 out of their last 25 games, including their loss Wednesday night to the Toronto Raptors (20-35), 99-78.
The 76ers only scored seven points in the fourth quarter, a team record low that dates back to the 1954-1955 season.
“I really don’t have anything,” coach Doug Collins said. “I don’t know what to say.”
Philadelphia currently holds the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference, but finishes their season playing nine of their last 12 games on the road.
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