Sixers' Al Horford Admits It's Going To Be 'Weird' Facing Celtics In Season Opener

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Sixers' Al Horford Admits It's Going To Be 'Weird' Facing Celtics In Season Opener
Sixers' Al Horford Admits It's Going To Be 'Weird' Facing Celtics In Season Opener

Philadelphia 76ers newcomer Al Horford admits that playing against the Boston Celtics in Sixers' opener on Wednesday night will be 'weird,' per Philly Inquirer's Keith Pompey. “It's going to be weird for me, different facing my former team. It's probably as good as a scenario as it can be. First game of the year we'll do it. Yeah. It's definitely going to be different. It's not just another game. It's a big game given the rivalry, Philly and Boston.” Horford spent the last three seasons playing for the Celtics. He was one of the team's most reliable veterans, and he mentored some of the members of Boston's promising young core. The Cs tried to re-sign Big Al this summer, but he decided to take

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