The Philadelphia 76ers started to use Al Horford as their sixth man, just before the season suspension in March.
The Sixers’ coach Brett Brown has made known that he will insist on those rotational changes in the Orlando “bubble”.
Horford’s fit with the 76ers’ star duo is at least questionable as there is not enough space for the three of them in an NBA court nowadays.
The former Celtics’ big man revealed that he is fine with any change his coach will make as it really “doesn’t matter”.
“For me, I just want us to be playing well and to be playing at a high level,” Horford said, per Ky Carlin of USA Today.
“I’m going to continue to work and be an assistance to a team any way I can. I do know for us to be successful I have to play with different lineups. I have to play with Joel sometimes. I have to play with different people. It really doesn’t matter.”
Horford averaged 12.0 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.1 assists before the NBA hiatus.