TORONTO - The 76ers will play 12 of their next 13 games at the Wells Fargo Center, but coach Doug Collins doesn't see that as a positive. Collins feels the unbalanced schedule is too extreme.
The Sixers completed an eight-game road trip over the holidays. Earlier this season they played eight of nine at home, and in April they will finish with seven of their final nine games on the road.
"I hate the schedule that is so top-heavy home and on the road," Collins said before Wednesday's game against the Toronto Raptors. "A guy could roll an ankle and miss 10 home games, and where are you?"