Apr 2, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia 76ers guard Tony Wroten (8) is defended by Charlotte Bobcats guard Luke Ridnour (13) during the fourth quarter at the Wells Fargo Center. The Bobcats defeated the Sixers 123-93. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Preview: Philadelphia 76ers at Charlotte Bobcats

It’s almost over. The NBA season for the Sixers is almost over.

Is there anything left to take? Can we look at these final three games and take something?

I don’t know. What I do know is that you’re reading this. Most of you could possibly be Bobcats fans. But, this is a Sixers blog, so I’m addressing them. For me, I love Sixers basktball. That’s why I still look forward to watching. Yeah, I’m all about the TANK, but, I’ve hated every losing moment. The Sixers are full of guys who are still fighting for a future NBA job. So, they still have a little something to prove.

Let’s just get to the preview. The Sixers may have something to prove, but the Bobcats have more at stake. They already secured a playoff spot, but, could they possibly go for higher seeding? Charlotte is only a game behind the Wizards. Otherwise, the Bobcats face the Pacers or even the Heat who are only a half game apart in the standings right now.

NBA history has consistently shown that the team with the worst record rarely gets the top pick, so I’m going with a Sixers win as what I want.

But as for actual results? I would imagine the Cats wouldn’t really be resting folks. The Cats are also at home. So, I’m going with the Bobcats who are soon to be Hornets 2.0.

I may be wasting my time here, but I wanna hear what you are going to be looking at during these final three games. If you read my bio, you know why three is a special number for me.

Let’s see if Adonis Thomas can get some more minutes and improve on his solid debut from last night — four points on 2-of-3 shooting from the field in eight minutes.

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