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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

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Jason Richardson remains on schedule for a return to the court around the All-Star break, the guard said. Workouts by Richardson, who’s been out since last February following left knee surgery, have been reduced to the aquatic realm, with the guard swimming timed laps at a pool at Saint Joseph’s University. He said he has not been cleared for any impact conditioning, which includes anything basketball-related or even running on a treadmill. Delaware County Daily Times

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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

Jason Richardson doesn’t expect to play until “January, maybe February,” as the 12th-year guard continues his rehab following left knee surgery in February. He said as much Friday at PCOM, during the 76ers' media day proceedings. Richardson said his recovery workouts are limited to weight-lifting, as his doctors have warned him against impact conditioning. He might be able to resume basketball activities as early as November. Sixers Dish

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Jason Richardson is most likely out for the season following major knee surgery late last season. Rookie Nerlens Noel, who tore the ACL late in his lone year at Kentucky, might not play until after the new year, if at all. Kwame Brown is under contract for a whopping $3 million, but he'll most likely be waived, with the team eating the salary, and Royce White's anxiety disorder may never get him out of a Delaware 87ers uniform. Philadelphia Inquirer

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Philadelphia 76ers guard Jason Richardson, who has been out of the lineup since January 18, won't be returning any time soon. The 32-year-old confirmed today that he will undergo surgery next week to repair the cartilage in his left knee. He is expected to be out for the next nine months to a year. Richardson, who makes $5.8 million this year and $6.2 million next year, has a "hole the size of a quarter in his cartilage," according to the Daily News' Bob Cooney. Philadelphia Inquirer

February 7, 2013 Updates

Philadelphia 76ers coach Doug Collins confirmed that veteran guard Jason Richardson is "looking at season-ending knee surgery," but the team disputed a report that any decision on surgery has been made. Richardson is scheduled to visit an undisclosed doctor today for a fourth opinion on his ailing left knee, a team spokesperson said. The Sixers describe the injury as synovitis, or inflammation of a thin membrane surrounding the inner lining of the joint. The team will update Richardson's status once he decides whether to proceed with surgery. USA Today Sports

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