Just last month, there was a stretch in which the Philadelphia 76ers went 1-9 and the optimism faded faster than the Sixers in transition.
A team relying on a 23-year-old with 53 career games was getting an early epitaph for winning once in 10 games. Two years ago, the 76ers won once in their first 31 games.
They’re fine. And they swiftly have proven so, climbing back to .500 with a four-game winning streak that could not be missed when they embarrassed Detroit 114-78 on Thursday.
Sixers fans can still “Trust the Process” as they track the progress.
Former general manager Sam Hinkie’s blatant tanking approach to acquire young talent had Philadelphia averaging...