NBA Power Rankings: Miami Heat Still No. 1?

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No. 30: Philadelphia 76ers

Dec. 28, 2011; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes during game against the Phoenix Suns at the US Airways Center. The 76ers defeated the Suns 103-83. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The 76ers still don’t even have a coach. What’s that about? They were given permission to interview Miami Heat assistant Dave Fizdale and if they hire him, they could leap some other teams.

But for now, the one team in the NBA without a coach is on the bottom of the list. After trading away “Dat Boi” Jrue Holiday they won’t have a single player that can bail out a first-year head coach.

This is going to be a tough year for Sixers fans, but they have a decent core of young players going forward.

Needless to say, they aren’t a threat to unseat the Miami Heat.

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