Philadelphia 76ers guard Furkan Korkmaz assesses his season and he believes he can give more to the team.
The Utah Jazz have come back down to earth after a 20-1 run including going 12-2 in the month of February. Granted no one expected the Jazz to win approximately 95% of their games for the whole season but we no longer look like the buzzsaw that we did even two weeks ago. It kind of feels like the team is limping into the all star break and they have a pretty big test against the Philadelphia 76ers tonight if they want to salvage a 2-2 record for this road trip.
Such were the normals that were formally restored Tuesday when both the city of Philadelphia and state of Pennsylvania lifted enough COVID-19 restrictions to permit 15 percent capacity at indoor sporting events, and when the Phillies announced they will welcome up to 8,800 fans at home games. We are thrilled to finally welcome home the best fans in the world,” stated Sixers president of business operations Chris Heck.