HoopsHype Lavoy Allen rumors


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(Lavoy) Allen, who became a starter in last year’s playoffs, heard his coach’s plan to start Brown and Spencer Hawes in the frontcourt, but he isn’t worried. “It doesn’t bother me,” Allen said while at an appearance for a basketball showcase at the Tabernacle Baptist Church in South Jersey on Saturday afternoon. “You never know what can happen once training camp rolls around. You don’t know who’s going to do what. Coach says that now, but you never know what he’s thinking. He switched the lineup many times last year.” CSNPhilly.com

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John Schuhmann: Sixers announce re-signing of Lavoy Allen ... just in time for their Summer League game this afternoon. Twitter

July 2, 2012 Updates

The 76ers reached agreement in principle on a two-year, $6 million contract extension with Lavoy Allen on Sunday, the first day of free agency, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. The deal cannot be officially signed until the moratorium on signings is lifted on July 11. Allen, a 23-year-old forward-center from Temple, was the 50th overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft. Philadelphia Inquirer

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With the draft in the rear view mirror, Sixers president Rod Thorn said on Friday that the next order of business was to negotiate with the team's free agents. The team kicked off that plan shortly after the introductory press conferences for draftees Maurice Harkless and Arnett Moultrie when it extended a qualifying offer to restricted free agent, Lavoy Allen, according to a source. CSNPhilly.com

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Tom Moore: Asked if #Sixers plan to re-sign restricted FA Lavoy Allen & Jodie Meeks, team president Rod Thorn: "We are formulating our plans now." Twitter

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We had 150 or so voters, and we ranked all the NBA players. I'm here to apologize. We were wrong. Lavoy Allen: It's all good. If I asked you who 482 was, do you know who that was? I have no idea. Lavoy Allen: But you know who number 500 was, though, right? I do. I do. Lavoy Allen: I should thank you guys. ESPN.com

You're very big about this. But I'm telling you, we're watching you play, and emailing each other and saying, Man, we did a bad job on that. Lavoy Allen: I don't blame you guys. A lot of guys on the list hadn't played an NBA game yet. Someone had to be at the bottom. ESPN.com

May 19, 2012 Updates

With the Sixers needing to contain Kevin Garnett - who finished with just 9 points on 3-of-12 shooting - those duties fell to Allen, who performed admirably, especially as the game wore on and the Sixers drew closer. "Lavoy, once again, defensively just did a tremendous job,’’ Collins said. Boston Globe

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