Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Philadelphia 76ers: 3 final thoughts on playoff series loss to Celtics

Philadelphia 76ers: 3 final thoughts on playoff series loss to Celtics

The Philadelphia 76ers big man did plenty of that in the series against the Celtics, but it all came to an end on Wednesday night in Boston. "But I think maybe it's what we needed for the younger guys on the team, for Jo and I, to be in situations like that and learn from it".

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After winning just 28 games a year ago, the Sixers finished the regular season with 52 wins and won a playoff series for the first time since 2012.

According to ESPN, Embiid revealed that Simmons said to him: "He was, like, 'There's going to be a lot of rings on these'". "We're going to be fine". "So, second series and I'm learning, there's a lot of things I learned this series that I didn't against Miami so that makes me a better player, so I'm grateful for those opportunities".

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But the Celtics surprised the Sixers - and the rest of the National Basketball Association - by winning the series in five games. So with the Sixers officially eliminated from the playoffs to see their offseason officially get underway, let's take a look at three final thoughts from the tough series loss to the Celtics. "I feel like I had a lot more to go", he said.

Sixers fans will love this confidence amongst their own players as it truly means there could be a bright future ahead of this group of players. "I felt like I had lot more to go".

"I don't want to offend any of the other places I have been", Redick said, per Evan Macy of Philly Voice, "or teams I have been on but this was probably my favorite year of my career".

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