A day removed from the Philadelphia 76ers' roster addressing the media following the end of their 28-54 regular season, President of Basketball Operations Bryan Colangelo addressed the media on Friday for an end-of-season address.
The end of the season for the Philadelphia 76ers is always a bittersweet one, especially when the team misses the playoffs. However, the positives that can be taken out of the team people saw this season as a whole are endless. Not only for this season will the positives be shown, but also for the future seasons to come.
The Philadelphia 76ers (28-51) played the Chicago Bulls (39-40) in a home matchup on Thursday night in hopes of snapping their four-game slide and putting a damper on the Bulls' playoff hopes going into the remaining four games of the season.
The Philadelphia 76ers' season is quickly drawing to a close, and the team is in search of a victory at the Wells Fargo Center to snap a four game losing streak and send the home fans out of the Center with something to be happy about.
There's no doubt the 2017 NBA Draft class is an awfully special one. There are so many worthy players of being taken No. 1 overall. Lonzo Ball, Malik Monk, and Josh Jackson are players that stand out in the upper tier of talent going into this summer.