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Topic - Brett Brown
The Philadelphia 76ers opened the season with a win against Miami, and they beat the Heat again in the finale.
Chris Johnson stepped back, heaved up a desperation 3-pointer and watched it fall in to tie the game with 0.9 seconds on the clock.
Philadelphia coach Brett Brown was grasping for positives after his team tied an NBA record for futility by dropping its 26th straight game on Thursday night.
After the Philadelphia 76ers tied an NBA record with their 26th consecutive loss, one of their youngest voices spoke loudest.
Brett Brown and the young Philadelphia 76ers are closing in on some dubious NBA history.
Brett Brown pulled out a chair, propped a foot on the seat, and settled in for another pep talk.
Henry Sims can see the growth and he's not referring to the stack of losses.
Down and out or down to the wire, the 76ers are freefalling toward NBA history.
After Philadelphia's latest loss gave the 76ers their longest skid in franchise history, coach Brett Brown insisted he doesn't dwell on the streak.
Moments after the final horn sounded, the Twitter feed @didthesixerswin posted an update.
Russell Westbrook taught rookie Michael Carter-Williams a swift and thorough lesson.
Allen Iverson raised his No. 3 to the rafters and had Sixers' fans raising the roof.
Nobody expected much from the Philadelphia 76ers this season.
By the time reporters were allowed in the visiting locker room at Oracle Arena late Monday night, most of the Philadelphia 76ers already had cleared out.
Nearly halfway through their homestand, more than halfway through their season, and the only move the New York Knicks are making is backward.
"It's not why I bought the team," he said.
"I put my football helmet on and my pads and I was ready for bottles to fly," he said. "But the fans really understand what we're trying to do. It's been 90 percent positive and 90 percent supportive and understanding."