76ers: 3 burning questions ahead of the NBA resumption

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Are They Healthy?

The Philadelphia 76ers have dealt with major injuries since the “Trust The Process” era began. With Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons both missing time this season, the 76ers limped their way into the hiatus this year with health concerns. However, according to Brett Brown, the 76ers will head to Orlando healthy and ready to go.

Simmons has missed 11 games this season and Embiid 21. Another important figure in their rotation has been SG Josh Richardson. In his first season with the 76ers, Richardson has dealt with his own injuries. Pegged to replace Jimmy Butler, Richardson has averaged 13.8 points in 30.7 minutes per game. But he has missed 17 games himself.

In order for the 76ers to make a strong run in Orlando, Brett Brown will need his team at full strength. If the 76ers are healthy, they have just as good of a chance to walk away with the championship as the Los Angeles Lakers or the Milwaukee Bucks.

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