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Can Sixers’ Wroten, MCW Playing Together Work?

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It might appears that 76ers coach Brett Brown has a dilemma approaching, but most wouldn’t mind having the problem he does. The coach is getting back one of his best players from injury, as guard Tony Wroten practiced yesterday and should be able to play tomorrow night at Atlanta.

Wroten was a little put off when reporters asked yesterday whether he and Michael Carter-Williams could play together. His frustration is understandable. The two are the best players Brown can put on the floor. The problem is that they play the same position and both do it similarly.

“I think it can [work, the two playing together],” Brown said. “I probably won’t start the next game like that. We’ll bring [Wroten] back into it. Who knows?”

via Bob Cooney of The Philadelphia Inquirer

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