After a moribund start to their 2022-23 campaign, the Philadelphia 76ers have been on the upswing the past two months, crawling out of the depths of the standings in a very competitive Eastern Conference to pull within striking distance of the East’s top spot.
And while the Celtics have cooled after their red-hot start to the 2022-23 season, they also appear to be back on an upward trajectory. Both teams are gearing up for the stretch run.
To talk over whether the Sixers are a real threat to challenge the Celtics in the East, former NBAer and host of the “Old Man and the Three” podcast, JJ Redick, recently broke down how he sees the top of the Eastern Conference shaking out this season.
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