Getting an early lead, expanding on that lead, and allowing the starters some rest. That's exactly how the Sixers should be playing against the NBA's lesser teams and it's exactly how they played two nights in a row. At home against Memphis on Wednesday then again in Orlando on Thursday the Sixers built a 30-plus advantage, allowing the reserve unit to finish out the game while the guys who log heavy minutes are able rest through the final quarter. Seven of the Sixers' final 11 games will be against sub-.500 teams and taking care of them in the same fashion would go a long way in securing the home court advantage that the team so desperately wants. This is exactly the type of basketball the Sixers need to be playing to finish out the regular season, not only for much needed rest of the starting unit, but also to head into the playoffs with a favorable amount of momentum.