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The 76ers face a demanding tour of the West

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In Philadelphia they have had numerous difficulties to get positive results from those games played away from the Wells Fargo Center. Those of Pennsylvania closed the course with a balance of 12-26 as visitors and in the present they have been able to slightly redirect the situation.

The 76ers started with a record of three wins and five losses before stringing together three consecutive wins on their last road trip, in which they visited the home fields of the Timberwolves, Pacers and Hornets. Now a new route awaits them, this time through the Western Conference with four games in one week.

Thus, the goal that players and coaching staff have set themselves is to maintain this positive inertia and end the tour with several victories. “We have to keep improving,” said Tobias Harris, according to the media Yahoo Sports. “We have insisted all year long that we want to be better as visitors. We cannot be content with our last outing. This is a new tour and we are going to face some really good teams. We have to be prepared and dominant to progress night after night. “

This outing will begin against Sacramentos Kings in full positive streak that come from beating the Celtics, Nuggets and Clippers. Later they will face Portland and Phoenix before concluding the tour against the best current record in the NBA, the Utah Jazz.

Until then, the 76ers starting five has been relentless while available. Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, Danny Green, Seth Curry and Ben Simmons are immaculately 13-0 in the lineup. A sample of the true potential of a team that has been installed at the top of the Eastern Conference.

“Defensively, we have been very solid in general,” said the head coach Doc Rivers. “We have Joel playing in a great situation and in great form. Our boys understand how to play with him. And putting more of the ball in Ben’s hands has been a big change for us. All those things have worked for us. “

Starting tomorrow, the 76ers face a new obstacle that will serve to show that, now, they are legitimate candidates for the ring.

(Photo courtesy of Tim Nwachukwu / Getty Images)

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