Mar 14, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers head coach Brett Brown during the second quarter against the Indiana Pacers at the Wells Fargo Center. The Pacers defeated the Sixers 101-94. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

List of Things That Happened During 76ers Losing Streak

The streak is over! Yes, that’s true. But, lets reminisce for a second. Let’s take a quick look at things that happened while the Sixers were losing 26 straight (via

–     The Seahawks won the Super Bowl

–     The Winter Olympics occurred in their entirety

–     Groundhog’s Day

–     The Winter X-Games occurred in their entirety

–     Valentine’s Day

–     President’s Day

–     The entire month of February

–     Evan Turner (who hit the game-winning shot the last time the Sixers won) was traded

–     Dale Earnhardt Jr. won Daytona

–     LeBron James broke his nose, missed time, came back with a mask, then stopped wearing mask

–     Allen Iverson’s number was retired at the Wells Fargo Center

–     Mardi Gras

–     The Florida Gators won 17 straight games

–     Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared

–     St. Patrick’s Day

–     March Equinox

–     Kevin Durant scored 25+ points in 25 straight games (and counting) for the Thunder

–     Michael Vick signed with the New York Jets

–     The Spurs won 14 straight games (and counting)

–     The Pacers, Heat and Spurs clinched playoff berths

–     DeSean Jackson was released by the Eagles

Wow, that’s a lot. Well, at least it’s over now. A part of me wished the Sixers would have lost this game, but that was literally impossible. The Pistons were playing the most obvious brand of “I don’t give a damn” basketball. Even the Sixers, on their worst night, which is almost every night, would still have had a chance to win this game.
Back to the losing, please?

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