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Sixers odds for another win aren't looking great

The Sixers are sitting on the cusp of that long-dreaded 20th straight loss. But this was expected! Technically, this was the plan. Had they middled out and been just under .500 at this point, all that careful tanking rebuilding Sam Hinkie has in store would be ruined.

Sixers odds for another win aren't looking great

PICTURED: 19 consecutive losses. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
PICTURED: 19 consecutive losses. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

The Sixers are sitting on the cusp of that long-dreaded 20th straight loss. But this was expected! Technically, this was the plan. Had they middled out and been just under .500 at this point, all that careful tanking rebuilding Sam Hinkie has in store would be ruined.

Still, though. It's tough to watch a team lose any double digit amount in a row. And as they broke it down on ESPN, things may not improve too soon.

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