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The Philadelphia 76ers recalled rookie forward Arnett Moultrie from their NBA Development League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce, on Sunday. They also waived rookie guard Maalik Wayns. The 6-10 Moultrie was the 27th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by Miami. He was traded to Philadelphia on draft night in exchange for the draft rights to Justin Hamilton and a protected future first-round pick Wayns was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Sixers on July 31. He played in 20 games this season, averaging 2.5 points.
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The 76ers have recalled rookie forward Arnett Moultrie.
Philadelphia 76ers' center Andrew Bynum told reporters that he will resume basketball activities soon. In an interview, Bynum was asked if he had already started basketball activities, such as shooting. His response:"Not yet, but that's coming real soon. The next couple of days here I should be, you know, up to running and stand-still shots."However, he has started...
Andrew Bynum says he expects to ramp up activity and begin running and shooting drills “in the next couple of days.” Although there is still no timeline for a return, Bynum insists he will play this season, “I know I’ll be back.”
Bynum added that doctors recently told him that “whatever is going on with the cartilage will grind itself up and I should be back out here...
I am as shocked as Bynum’s teammates were.
The last person who should be talking about anyone’s hair is Andrew Bynum.
But apparently that is exactly what happened according to teammate Evan Turner. The irony in this statement is thicker than Serena Williams in a tight red dress.
There isn't much San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili hasn't done to "wow" fans in the stands. From clutch shots, ridiculous dunks to bullet passes, Manu has done much to dazzle on the court during his time in the NBA.
Well let's just add another brilliant moment from Manu from last night's Spurs' win over the 76ers.
During the third quarter...