Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins looks out from the...

Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins looks out from the bench in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Washington Wizards. (March 30, 2012) Credit: AP

The second half of the season hasn't been kind to the Philadelphia 76ers. After starting the season 20-9, Philly has dropped 14 of 23 games, falling to 29-23. In the process, they relinquished control of the Atlantic Division for the first time since early January.

Philadelphia now trails the Celtics by one game in the division, but is firmly in seventh place in the East. Where will they finish, though? We asked Dribblers if the Sixers would win their division, and how far they'd go in the postseason.

The top three results:

They'll win the Atlantic Division but lose in the first round - 40%
They won't win the division, but they'll make a playoff run - 20%
They won't win the division and will lose in the first round - 30%

This week's poll tackles Derrick Rose. The reigning MVP has missed the Bulls' last 11 games, and 21 games overall. A nagging groin injury that was supposed to keep Rose only out for a few games now has many wondering when, or even if, Rose will return.

Both Rose and head coach Tom Thibodeau insist the point guard will be back before the playoffs. What do you think? Vote below or by clicking here.

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