76ers coach Brett Brown said he played Richaun Holmes on Saturday to make sure his entire rotation stays engaged. In other words, it's not a lock that he will be used over Amir Johnson again. "Right now my motivation is I know that Richaun has value, I know that he has things that he can bring to the table and I respect how he’s handled himself when he wasn’t playing that much," Brown said. "I know it’s my job to keep him alive and tonight was an example of that and I thought he did very very well." Holmes ended up with four points, eight rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block in 21 minutes, and it's almost absurd at this point that Brown has been using Amir Johnson over him this long. We'll see what happens Sunday.