The Sixers are not playing their best basketball as they head home after two losses on the road to host the Boston Celtics Wednesday at 7 p.m.
The struggling squad dropped to 15-34 with a 108-102 loss in Brooklyn Monday night. The loss was undoubtedly due to poor ball control; Philadelphia turned the ball over a season high matching 26 times.
“It continues to haunt us,” Sixers head coach Brett Brown said. “You have to get more responsible with the ball. I have to do a better job. It bites us continuously.”
Perhaps the Sixers can recapture some magic from their last meeting with the Celtics. Evan Turner hit a game-winning fadeaway as time expired in a 95-94 win in Boston on Jan 29.
The Sixers have not won a game since.