“The toughness aspect is and will always be, that is the thing that allows you to put a crown on some team,” Brown continued. “There’s no team that I’ve ever been around in 20 years of this league that you say ‘Wow that was a pretty team. They just outran, outscored, and out finessed everybody and they’re the champions’. I’ve never seen that once. In fact, it’s not even close.”
The toughness factor will affect two aspects for Philadelphia and that is their work on the defensive end and the number of turnovers they committed. “The turnovers are probably eight of them that you just say ‘that’s not good enough’.”
Their next matchup is Monday against the San Antonio Spurs and that will give the team their next shot at figuring out their issues moving forward.
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