The Greatest Moments From The 76ers' 28-Game Losing Streak

Trust the process. Never do anything but trust the process.

The Philadelphia 76ers are "trusting the process," and wow, does it look awful or what? The team has started the season 0-18. And if you tack on the 10 games they lost to close out their 2014-2015 campaign, they are in the middle of a 28-game losing streak, which is two more than the previous NBA record of 26 straight losses. A record co-owned by ... Sam Hinkie's Sixers during the 2013-2014 season! Philadelphia, where amazing happens. 

To commemorate the 76ers historical losing streak, we have decided to compile some of the greatest moments from their run. Lay down and trust the process, guys. Sam Hinkie says everything will be just fine. 

  • Nerlens Noel's Process Involves Throwing It All Away
    Philadelphia is a young team, so they are bound to commit their share of turnovers. And wow, have they done that so far or what? The Sixers lead the league with almost 18 turnovers per game so far this season. But perhaps none were more perfect than this one by Nerlens Noel.
  • Nik Stauskas Knows Defeat Is Coming
    Nik Stauskas aka Sauce Castillo was acquired by the 76ers in July. He hasn't been that great. Example play: In a game against the Indiana Pacers, Paul George put Stauskas on skates with a stunning crossover.
  • Can Someone Please Save Jahlil Okafor From Himself?
    Even when Philadelphia does something well, you can bet your bottom dollar that a bad play is on the horizon.

    The best example of that happened during a Nov. 16 game against the Dallas Mavericks. Which they lost. Obviously.
  • Jerami Grant Flies For The Huge Dunk! JK, LOL.
    Forward Jerami Grant looked like he was going to drop the hammer against the Boston Celtics in Philly's first game of the season. He didn't.

    You can put this clip over Yakety Sax and that's the only way to make it better.
  • The Rim Is The Other Way, Nik Stauskas
    In the team's Nov. 2 game against the Cavaliers, which they lost, Stauskas got through defenders and had a pretty clear path for a layup. Then, did Nik Stauskas go for the layup or the alley-oop? No one knows!
  • No Seriously, Can Someone #SaveJahlil?
    Okafor has shown a lot of promise in his first season with the Sixers. The only problem is, his team is garbage.

    As a result, some Duke fans decided to mash up bloopers to Sarah McLachlan's "Angel" in hopes of "Saving Jahlil" from this nightmare of a team.
  • Here's A New Innovative, Winning Strategy: Playing With Six Men
    Having six players on the court is something that should easily be avoided by an NBA team, but the Sixers are a special brand of basketball.

    During a Nov. 18 game against the Pacers, which the team lost, six 76ers players made their way on the court after a timeout.

    They were given a technical foul as a result and all head coach Brett Brown could do was double over in disbelief, pain and anguish.
  • Not Even Gregg Popovich Could Save This Team
    Gregg Popovich is one of the greatest coaches in NBA history, but even he doesn't think he could help the struggling franchis
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    Gregg Popovich is one of the greatest coaches in NBA history, but even he doesn't think he could help the struggling franchise.

    "I couldn’t do it. I’d last a month," Popovich told the Philadelphia Inquirer.  

    It's not a good sign when a future Hall of Fame coach is publicly talking about how bad your team is.
  • Brett Brown Goes Full BRUHHHHHH
    The John Wall "bruh" meme has become prevalent on Twitter over the past year.

    Brett Brown had his own "bruh" moment during the team's Nov. 18 lost to the Pacers. (Let's just say that game was a tough one for the team.)

    "There is no art to learning how to win," Brown said to CSN Philly.

    Because the team can't "learn" how to win, Brown might find himself doing the "bruh" a few more times this season.
  • Jahlil Okafor Is Bummed Out, Man
    This pretty much sums up the state of things right now.


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