The Philadelphia 76ers concluded their appearance in the 2020 NBA playoffs with a division rival, Boston Celtics, sweeping them.
After the Sixers’ fourth consecutive loss, Josh Richardson talked on the accountability you have to have in order to be a championship team and the way Brett Brown handled the team this season.
“He’s a good guy,” Richardson said, via video conference postgame, per USA Today Sports.
“He’s a good man. He means well. I just think going forward, we’ve just got to have some more accountability. I don’t think there was much accountability this season and I think that was part of our problem.”
Richardson averaged 16 points, almost four rebounds and three assists shooting only 35% from the field and 35% from the three-point line.