There is a lot riding on next season for the Philadelphia 76ers.
For years now, the team has been promising a lot to the fans: postseason victories, for starters, and hopefully even a Finals appearance.
While they have made it to the postseason, they haven’t gotten as far as people hoped.
So it’s time to put up or shut up, especially since the team has its best chance at success in quite a while.
Coach Doc Rivers told me yesterday the #Sixers are heading to Charleston, SC for training camp to help prepare for next season without distraction and also learn the local history. As coach of the Celtics, Rivers' team had training camp in Rome in 2007 and Newport, R.I. in 2008.
— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpears) July 20, 2022
To prepare for such an important year, the 76ers and head coach Doc Rivers will be heading down to Charleston, South Carolina for training camp far away from their home city and any distractions that come with it.
Not only will the team learn about the storied history of Charleston, but they will also come together as a squad, focus on their future, and plot a course to NBA greatness.
True & Total Training
The team is really going to need to hunker down and truly become laser-focused while in Charleston.
If they can’t make it work with this lineup then maybe they can’t make it work at all.
Rivers says he has a plan to capitalize on the power and potential of this team and it’ll all start at training camp.
As mentioned, the team has made many vows to its loyal fanbase and they have moved a lot of players to get where they are now.
Will it all finally pay off and get them to the promised land or will Philly fall short again?