The Philadelphia Sixers are going to have to make a decision soon if they want to bring back forward Corey Brewer for a second 10-day contract. The team will need to make a decision on Friday.

Brewer, 32, originally signed a 10-day contract with the Sixers on Jan. 15.

Since signing, Brewer has appeared in two games for the Sixers, including starting in place of an injured Jimmy Butler on Monday night.  He was a key contributor in the win against the Rockets, picking up 11 points, three rebounds, two steals, two blocks and one assist in 33 minutes, earning the right to ring the bell after the victory.

 

The ringing of the bell has become a symbol after the team wins of a player who stood out in the victory.

Brewer brought energy to the team, and was the primary defender vs. James Harden, getting under Harden's skin, and drawing fouls bringing the Center fans to their feet, and drawing Chants of "Cor-ey Brew-er".

Brewer joined The Sports Bash on Tuesday to discuss the game, how he fits in, and his possible future with the team.