76ers out early; Tyrese Maxey stars; James Harden moved

For the majority of the preseason, Nick Nurse has been discussing the idea of having six starters. However, during a recent media session, he hinted that the Philadelphia 76ers may be leaning towards only having five starters. This revelation comes as James Harden continues to hold out and was absent from Tuesday’s practice, just two days before their season opener against the Milwaukee Bucks. Last season’s starting lineup consisted of Harden, Tobias Harris, P.J. Tucker, Joel Embiid, and Tyrese Maxey, but De’Anthony Melton also started frequently due to various reasons. Nurse stated that while the starting lineup may be clearer now, there are still questions about who will play in games and how deep the rotation will be. The Sixers believe they have 12 players who are deserving of playing time, shifting the focus away from the number of starters.


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