Found October 31, 2012 on Philly Sports World:
“Coach says that now”, confident Allen wants to start The 2012-13 Sixers season has finally arrived and as I previously written, “LET THE WINS BEGIN!” Ironically the first test of the season we will see former Sixer “the other” A.I and the Denver Nuggets. What type of reception will he get when he takes the court? (I am guessing he won’t get the real A.I. treatment) The Sixers who will begin the season without Andrew Bynum who is still nursing sore knees, will be (with emphasis) much improved over last season, with or without Bynum. Players to watch: From the start of the off-season the Sixers made the right move in resigning Lavoy Allen and we believed at the time he would be a starter by mid-season. With the absence of Bynum, Allen will play a key role early and if he continues where he left off in the playoffs last season and expecting more minutes, success for Allen will be 14 points and 8 boards per game. Jrue Holiday: The three-year pro now has players around him that can shoo...
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