Horford has had perhaps his least effective season as a professional, struggling to find his shot and his place within a clunky Sixers offense.
Two’s company, three’s a crowd
Fit issues were a Sixers talking point long before Al Horford ever suited up for Philly.
The data suggests that Horford, poor as he has fit with the original starting lineup, can manage just fine when he’s not sandwiched between Philly’s odd-fitting stars. The bench group featuring Simmons and Horford with no Embiid has been much more effective than lineups featuring Embiid combined with only one of the other two players.