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The Philadelphia 76ers seemed like one of the NBA teams who could benefit most from more than 140 days between games.
Injuries to key players continually set the team back all throughout the season and the league's hiatus allowed the club to return to full strength.
At least that was the case until Wednesday, when Ben Simmons exited early against the Washington Wizards with a subluxation of the left patella—a partially dislocated kneecap.
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