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Al Horford says he will continue to come off the bench, best for Sixers

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After roughly 54 or so games, coach Brett Brown made the change and moved Horford to the bench ahead of their game with the Los Angeles Clippers right before the All-Star break.

After a full week or so to truly think about it, Horford says he has been given the indication that he will continue to come off the bench. “To think it’s going to be erratic, I don’t think that, I think in the rare case like there’s something that’s pretty clear, you’d have to deeply think it through. for instance, let’s say against Gasol and Ibaka, what are you going to do there as an example. Indiana’s got two legitimate bigs, what are you going to do there, as an example. I’m not married to it as an end-all and be-all, it does interest me the most, and so I intend what you all saw against the Clippers more than not.”

The Sixers get back to work on Thursday against the Brooklyn Nets at home.

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