Jason Dumas Says The Philadelphia 76ers Are Disappointed In A Second Round Exit: "The Ownership Group Wants Answers And Changes."

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Philadelphia 76ers Get Trolled After Blowing Another Double-Digit Lead To Atlanta

The Atlanta Hawks upset the Philadelphia 76ers, and that was a result not many expected, given it was a matchup between a No. 5 overall seed and a No. 1 overall seed. The 76ers were expected to win by most people, including themselves.

Jason Dumas has recently reported that the 76ers ownership group is disappointed by the way their team performed. It seems as though some sort of change is coming, as Dumas reported that the ownership group wants "answers and changes" in the wake of the team's defeat.

Dumas also confirmed Stephen A. Smith's earlier report, which cast doubt on how strongly the front office viewed work ethic. Dumas also suggested that the 76ers are now willing to trade him, but only for the right price.

While the 76ers deservedly get a lot of criticism for their loss, they were still a solid regular-season team that could run it back next season. However, it seems as though the ownership is looking for answers in order to compete, and perhaps that could involve roster moves.