Might as well call this the dunk of the Summer League.
Houston’s rookie Nick Johnson wowed the crowd at the Orlando Summer League with a sick dunk over Piston’s Tim Ohlbrecht in the third quarter.
Get ready to jump off your seats. This is just sick!
Nick Johnson showed no mercy when he posterized Tim Ohlbrecht...
There’s a reason why Nick Johnson’s nickname at Arizona was ‘Air Zona’ the past 3 years. Though he’s just 6’3″, the new Houston Rocket doesn’t lack bounce, and he put that on display during his first NBA Summer League game on Saturday. Johnson rose up and threw it down on Tim Ohlbrecht, a former German professional […]
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Tim Ohlbrecht will sign with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League.
The Vipers are the D-League affiliate of the Houston Rockets.
Ohlbrecht was waived by the Rockets in July to clear cap space to sign Dwight Howard and was later claimed by the Philadelphia 76ers. Ohlbrecht was released in October by the 76ers.
November 29, 2013
A day after the Sixers reassured their ping-pong-ball-hungry fanbase by falling to the Brooklyn Nets 127-97, Sam Hinkie has decided to reinforce his paper-thin frontcourt by taking a flier on gargantuan Kentucky standout Daniel Orton.
The 6-10, 275-lb big man will replace Tim Ohlbrecht on the 20-man roster, and figures to have a decent shot at making the team as yet another...
The Philadelphia 76ers have signed Daniel Orton while waiving Tim Ohlbrecht.
Orton has played for the Orlando Magic and Oklahoma City since entering the NBA in 2010 out of Kentucky.
Despite being a first round pick, Orton has played in just 29 career games.
Daniel Orton is the newest member of the Philadelphia 76ers and might have his best shot at playing significant minutes since he left Kentucky.
RT @PompeyOnSixers: #Sixers sign Daniel Orton and waive Tim Ohlbrecht .http://t.co/Z5VsLKf6qz #76ers #NBA #OKC #Magic #BIGBLUE
— Keith Pompey (@PompeyOnSixers) October 16, 2013
The Sixers signed the 6-foot-10, 275-pound center to a multi...
There were so many new faces in the gym at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine for Friday’s Sixers’ media day that it was a good thing the players had their names on the backs of their uniforms.
Tony Wroten Darius Morris James Anderson Rodney Williams Vander Blue Tim Ohlbrecht Hollis Thompson … where did all those guys come from?
But wearing No. 23 was a familiar...
The Philadelphia 76ers waived a pair of forwards, guard/forward James Anderson and forward Tim Ohlbrecht. Of the two, only Anderson got any regular playing time in 2012, averaging 10.6 minutes in 29 games while hitting .440 from the floor and averaging less than 4 points per game. Neither players departure should affect the team much.
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The Philadelphia 76ers claimed James Anderson and Tim Ohlbrecht off waivers.
The Houston Rockets waived both players last week.
Anderson was the 20th overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs.
Ohlbrecht is a German native and was a rookie last season, playing in just three games.