Would CJ McCollum make the Sixers better? | KJZ

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Would CJ McCollum make the Sixers better? | KJZ” – below is their description.

    Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams and Alan Hahn of KJZ break down the current state of the Philadelphia 76ers after their playoff defeat to the Atlanta Hawks.

    0:00 Are the Sixers in a good or bad situation heading into next season?

    2:09 Keyshawn feels like Ben Simmons is a very marketable player who the 76ers should consider replacing.

    3:34 Would CJ McCollum make the Sixers better?

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