5 76ers who must step up for team to avoid Play-In Tournament

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1. Tobias Harris

The 2023-24 season has been a bit of a roller-coaster for Tobias Harris, who has slumped quite extensively of late. The Sixers have made it a priority to get him going early, as they've force-fed him, in hopes of getting him to heat up at the onset.

He's often been unable to establish position on isos, putting him at a greater risk of giving the ball away to the opposition. Harris's processing and decision-making has been rather lackluster, despite Harris's 13 years in the league.

Harris wilol need to make faster decisions, as opposed to getting his teammates the ball in the waning ticks of the shot clock and wasting possessions. In a 12-game stretch earlier in the season, Harris averaged 14.4 points,41 percent from the field, and a moribund 28.6 percent from three.

Harris will certainly need to be better for the Sixers to have any shot of making a postseason run. In the same regard, he'll need to play better, if he wants to get a pay day in the summer.