Everything went perfectly smooth at Ben Simmons regularly scheduled foot scan, his foot has finally fully-healed, and he is now officially on the comeback trail to making his NBA debut. Simmons is still going to miss at least another month with rehabbing or whatever medical precautions that are being taken, so expect him to be back for the stretch run. With the Sixers being just 4.5 games out of the playoffs in the east, Simmons could be the boast the Sixers need to sneak into the playoffs. With Embiid flourishing in his limited minutes and the rest of the young players seeming to feed off the new energy Embiid has provided, along with them gaining confidence in their ability along the way, it seems like the Sixers might actually have a shot at this thing. This thing being making the playoffs and having the Cavs sweep them in the first round. Now, they have been 8-3 in their last 11, but let's not get carried away. It's a long season, it's a grind, and young player aren't used to that grind. As long as Simmons comes back, can remain healthy, and shows promise, all Sixers fans should rejoice with how successful this season has been. Playoffs this year means nothing, because let's be realistic the Sixers aren't going anywhere in the playoffs if they were to pull off that miracle to begin with, so Sixers fans should be more than happy with this season. They have plenty to look forward to, after two years of sitting out due to injury, Joel Embiid has proven he's a premiere big man in this league on his way to revolutionizing the game. Now, Ben Simmons, a 6'10" guard is on the fast track to making his debut in the league, Sixers fans have a lot to be excited about. In all honesty, if I were a Sixers fan, I'd be rooting for the team to get a lottery pick instead of a postseason spot. Don't rush the process.