PJ Tucker still preaching patience when it comes Sixers’ struggles
The Philadelphia 76ers are sitting at 5-7 through 12 games to begin the 2022-23 season and it has certainly been an up and down start to the season. Stretches of brilliance has led to stretches of frustration and the Sixers need to find a way to break through.
After a 104-95 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday where the Sixers committed more turnovers than they had assists, the focus is still on trying to grow as a team and getting everybody on the same page to accomplish their goal of chasing a championship.
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PJ Tucker, one of the team’s big free agency acquisitions, is preaching patience at the moment as he told reporters:
“A new team, players,” said Tucker, one of four offseason acquisitions. “I feel like I say the same thing every time I talk about this because it’s really what it is. It’s the familiarity, it’s the understanding of each other. You know, kind of learning how to play with each other.”
Tucker and the Sixers will be looking to get back on track, and find some consistency, when they host the Hawks on Saturday to complete the home-and-home series.
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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire
Source: Yahoo Sports