HoopsHype Arnett Moultrie rumors


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Moultrie rebuffed the reason that’s been given by Sixers coach Brett Brown, who has said the second-year forward remains inactive while getting into basketball shape. “It’s not my ankle. It’s not my conditioning,” Moultrie said, before the Sixers played the Brooklyn Nets at Barclays Center. “But at this point, I really don’t care. I’m just sick of all the excuses. If it ain’t one thing, it’s another thing.” When pressed for the specific reason he’s been given for why he’s yet to play, Moultrie declined. “I’d rather not say,” he said. Sixers Dish

January 15, 2014 Updates

Christopher A. Vito: Tonight vs. Charlotte, according to #Sixers coach Brett Brown...Out: Lavoy Allen, Arnett Moultrie. In: Dewayne Dedmon, who signed yesterday. Twitter @ChrisVito

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76ers reserve power forward Arnett Moultrie participated in five-on-five scrimmaging for the first time this season at Tuesday’s practice at the University of Denver. “I’m glad to be out there, making progress,” said the 6-foot-10, 240-pounder, who had surgery on his left ankle in the preseason. “Obviously, I was a little winded.” Philadelphia Inquirer

December 14, 2013 Updates
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Turner isn’t the only one who has changed. Big man Lavoy Allen has dropped 14 pounds and almost 3 percent body fat. Guard James Anderson has lost 11 pounds and almost 3 percent body fat. Center Daniel Orton is down 13 pounds and 3 percent body fat in a little over a month since becoming a Sixer. Injured guard Jason Richardson has dropped 11 pounds despite not being expected to play until late January or February. Injured big man Arnett Moultrie has lost five pounds and probably won’t play until at least January. Bucks County Courier Times

November 12, 2013 Updates
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The 76ers picked up the third-year options on guard Tony Wroten and power forward Arnett Moultrie on Thursday, a league source has confirmed. Wroten was picked 25th overall by the Memphis Grizzlies in 2012 NBA draft. The Sixers acquired him this summer in a trade. His option is for $1.2 million in the 2014-15 season. Moultrie was selected 27th by the Miami Heat in 2012 and traded to Philadelphia. The former Mississippi State standout will make $1.13 million next season. Moultrie is out with ankle injury and won't return until January at the earliest. Philadelphia Inquirer

October 5, 2013 Updates

Kwame Brown, Jason Richardson, Arnett Moultrie and Nayal "Mac" Koswhel also didn't make the trip. Maybe someone should have informed the NBA that Brown wasn't going to make the trip. He is one of four Sixers being promoted here for Sunday's game. A banner of the 6-11, 290-pounder hangs right outside of the arena's entrance in the BEC. Evan Turner, Thaddeus Young and Spencer Hawes are the others being promoted. Philadelphia Inquirer

September 27, 2013 Updates

Philadelphia 76ers forward Arnett Moultrie is expected to be out until at least January with an injured left ankle that required surgery. Moultrie suffered an injured medial malleolus of his ankle last week and underwent surgery on Thursday. Fresno Bee

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The Philadelphia 76ers announced today that they have assigned rookie forward Arnett Moultrie to their NBA Development League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce. Moultrie (6-10, 245) 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 (45th overall pick) and a protected future first round pick NBA.com

December 12, 2012 Updates

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