Al Horford on his first season with the Philadelphia 76ers: “It’s not as good as I want to be”

Al Horford
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Al Horford is not satisfied with his first season with the Philadelphia 76ers, as he has not adapted to the team’s tactics yet.

“It’s not as good as I want to be. I still haven’t been able to find my rhythm with the team,” Horford said, per Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Horford is averaging 12.6 points (the fewest since the 2011/12 season) and 6.6 rebounds (the lowest in his 13-year career in the NBA) this season.

“Joel and Tobias have kind of been like the guys that have been getting most of the shots. Ben has the ball. So J-Rich is figuring stuff out and Al is figuring stuff out,” the head coach of the 76ers, Brett Brown, said.

Philadelphia is at 23-12 in the standings.