The Philadelphia 76ers' season came to an end on Wednesday night at the hands of the Boston Celtics, and while losing a series to a hobbled Celtics squad certainly hurts, the future is bright in Philly. They have a young, productive core led by Embiid and Simmons, plenty of cap space to add to a talented roster this offseason, and draft capital to help firm up the roster with more youthful talent.
Rookie-of-the-Year candidate Ben Simmons had a hard start to the series and had one of his worst stretches of basketball play the entire season.
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"I think it is a mutual appreciation", Redick told reporters Thursday, a day after Philly's season ended in Game 5 with a loss to the Boston Celtics.
"I'm excited to learn from this stuff, because I felt like we had a pretty good chance", the big man continued, "but you've just gotta learn from it and we're gonna be fine". "But we committed a lot of mistakes". "I feel like I had a lot more to go".
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.