The three wins in five road games to start the season is something Doug Collins can hang his hat on.
The beginning of games, particularly the first six minutes, is something Collins wants corrected.
In the first five games of the season, the Sixers have shot just 18-for-51 (35 percent) combined in the first six minutes of the games. Collins isn't looking it as a major problem - yet.
"I dont' know why it happens, maybe some of our starters are waiting for the bench guys to come in," he said. They'll have a chance to correct the problem tonight when they host the Pistons, who will be without starters Eric Gordon (personal) and Rodney Stuckey (groin).