It was quite the dramatic week for the Philadelphia 76ers, as they won two storyline-heavy games on national television against the Brooklyn Nets and Denver Nuggets, and then blew a 21-point lead at home to the Orlando Magic to snap a seven-game winning streak. Ugly loss last night aside, the Sixers remain one of, if not the hottest team in the NBA, as they've won 20 of their last 25 games. With the trade deadline on the horizon it's time to once again ask the question: how much trust do you have in the Sixers' rotation? Montrezl HarrellA rough week for Harrell, who hardly contributed on the offensive end to make up for his defensive shortcomings. This came to a head during Saturday's matchup against the Nuggets Philadelphia 76ers Kids Jerseys, as Harrell was tasked with covering Nikola Jokic longer than expected as Joel Embiid needed a breather. Doc Rivers remarked a couple days later that he especially did not like that matchup for Harrell against the two-time MVP, but still trusted Harrell with those minutes in the second half. It got uglier on Monday night as Harrell https://www.philadelphiafanproshop.com/Tyrese_Maxey_Jersey-25, along with the entire Sixers' front court, was shredded on the offensive glass by the Wagner brothers. Perhaps the most telling sign of where Harrell is as a defender was the third quarter of the Nets game. Ben Simmons, the least willing scorer in the NBA, was going right at Harrell every time down the floor.