The 2015-16 76ers' margin for error is slim under the best of circumstances.
With so much youth and inexperience and the lack of a dominant player, the Sixers have trouble playing a full 48-minute game even when they have a full roster (minus injured center Joel Embiid). Teams tend to hurt the Sixers with three-minute bursts, making the job that much more difficult for Brett Brown's team.
With four regulars having missed the last two games, including Tuesday night's 131-114 loss to the Nets at Barclays Center, the Sixers are left with 10 available players and all but hoping for a miracle.
"You feel like you can sort of steal the win," said Brown following...