The Philadelphia 76ers have too many young, highly drafted big men, and not enough minutes to go around.
That has led one of them, Nerlens Noel, to speak out, and put the 76ers in a quandary as they head into Sunday's game against the Brooklyn Nets in Philadelphia.
The Sixers' other promising bigs, Joel Embiid and Jahlil Okafor, started Friday night against the Los Angeles Lakers and played 28 and 23 minutes, respectively.
Noel, making his second appearance of the season because of knee and ankle issues, played eight minutes off the bench and finished with two points, five rebounds and a blocked shot.
"I just want to be on the court playing basketball," Noel said after the 100-89 loss. "I don't really care who I'm playing with. I'm not an eight-minute player, so I don't know what that's about.
"So I don't care where. ... I think I'm too good to be playing eight minutes. ... That's crazy. Need to figure this (crap) out." >>Read more. . .